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Cyber-criminals sold 20,000 Singaporean bank cards on the dark web last year – and hundreds of credentials from government sites were stolen in 2 year...
Cyber-criminals stole users' logins and passwords from MOE, MOH, SPF, and NUS.
Saudi Arabia doesn’t officially recognize Israel, but its hackers are reportedly using Israeli spyware to target dissidents in foreign countries...
Canadian research laboratory Citizen Lab says it found Israeli spyware on a Saudi dissident and Canadian asylee's phone. The lab reports the spyware made by NSO Group is being used by Saudi-based operators, which may be a violation of criminal codes.
Trump is rolling back restraints on US cyberwarfare, and it could make an attack on other countries more likely
President Donald Trump has reversed Obama-era rules about how and when the US can launch a cyberattack. The move is meant to support military operations and deter foreign election interference. An official briefed on the decision described the change as an 'offensive step forward.'
The FBI has 41 suspects on its 'Cyber’s Most Wanted' page. The crimes include hacking HBO to get hold episodes of 'Game of Thrones,' state-sponsored industrial espionage, and even hacking into a dam.
Malaysia’s largest data breach could involve a whopping 46.2 million telco subscribers – here’s what’s at risk
Technology is a double-ed...
Law firms are particularly at risk of cyber breaches, which can result in the theft of both money and information.
"What if we flooded the Russian market with unbreakable encryption tools for free downloads? That would really make them angry and annoy them."
Trump’s hardline on US relations with Cuba could create a blind spot in a major drug-trafficking corridor
After Obama's opening to Cuba, security cooperation increased. But those joint efforts have been frozen under Trump — perhaps permanently.
Signs of phishing attacks and other malicious activity are up in the days and weeks ahead of the Olympics in Rio de Janeiro.
A dark web monitoring firm noticed changes in behavior among Chinese hackers in 2015.