Russian national Mark Vartanyan pleaded guilty on Monday to one count of computer fraud in related to his role in co-developing and distributing Citadel malware under the hacker alias Kolypto.
Reuters cited a government source as saying there was nothing in the information that supported Trump's claims that former President Barack Obama had directed agencies to spy on him.
While authorities recovered a black bag marked with the Secret Service log and some coins, a scramble was on to find the laptop, which contained sensitive information related to national security.
So far this year, there have been 312 data breaches as of March 14, 2017, which have compromised a combined total of more than 1.3 million records.
Outgoing director of GCHQ, Robert Hannigan, tells the FT's Lionel Barber about the genesis of the National Cyber Security Centre and what he hopes it will achieve.
To prepare for GDPR, two-thirds of the U.K. organizations surveyed said they were developing new internal privacy accountability frameworks while 58 percent are ponying up budget dollars to train their staffs and employees in privacy matters.
Facebook and Instagram Monday announced that the social media platforms have updated their privacy policies again.
Pentagon Strategic Capabilities Office Director Will Roper envisions the future of autonomous warfare looking like Pokemon Go.
Rob Joyce has headed up the National Security Agency's Tailored Access Operations group since 2013.
The head of the UK's National Cyber Security Centre has written to political parties warning of potential Russian-backed hacking to sway the British electorate.
The Nebraska senator reported multiple password reset attempts in a series of tweets Saturday evening.
Israel is under constant threat and conscription gives its army access to its brightest students - what can the UK learn from its approach to and understanding of cyber-terrorism?
Andrus Ansip tweeted that he and Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross agreed on the need for robust Privacy Shield to protect and encourage data flow.
Only 15 percent of those polled said the U.S. could adequately defend itself against cyberattacks.
One report suggests a possible computer server connection between the Trump organization and a Russian bank, while another alleges that a Trump advisor was in contact with Russian hackers during the presidential election.
The US Federal Communications Commission has bowed to the telecoms lobby in blocking a regulation which would make ISPs take 'reasonable measures' to protect customer data.
The information released has yet to be verified but revealed multiple zero days that Apple and Google said are being fixed.
Tech firms will get "exclusive access" to Vault 7 tech details to allow them to patch vulnerabilities, says WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange.
An alleged Silk Road administrator's appeal against extradition has been dismissed in an Irish court, despite suffering from Asperger's syndrome and depression.
For several pundits, the scandal isn't so much that the CIA possesses sophisticated spying tools, but that the agency allowed someone to exfiltrate close to 9,000 sensitive files from an isolated, secure network in Langley, Va.
At a cybersecurity conference at Boston College Wednesday Comey said he supported strong encryption but that it cause the FBI to investigate in the dark.
Hacking tools from the isolated, high-security network situated inside the CIA's Center for Cyber Intelligence have allegedly been released by WikiLeaks which hopes to instigate conversation around the moral use of cyberweapons.
The study found that 80 percent of respondents said that they were more concerned about cybersecurity this year compared to last.
The Pennsylvania Senate Democratic Caucus has been attacked by ransomware, locking officials with the state organization out of their computers and rendering the group's website unavailable since Friday.
Proponents of the campaign point to a number of missile launches that have failed—either missing their mark or exploding in midair—as the program's success.
China described its vision of how countries should cooperate in the cyberspace in its first cyberpolicy paper.
The FBI and DoJ joined forces with More than 50 law enforcement agencies based in the U.S., Bulgaria, Hungary, Germany and Israel