Cyberattacks

Turkish Hackers Accused of Cyber Attack on Cyprus Parliament

Cyprus has said that Turkish hackers attacked its parliament’s website last month. The Cypriot Digital Security Authority investigated the cyber attack, which took place on April 5th, and found that the source came from internet protocol (IP) addresses linked to a Turkish hacker group.

Teenage Hacker Girl Attacks Corporate Servers in Dark, Typing on Red Lit Laptop Keyboard. Room is Dark

Report: China Launches Sustained Cyberattack Against India

A report at the Hindustan Times on Thursday claimed China is conducting a sustained cyberattack against India as part of the showdown between the two nations that left dozens of soldiers dead in a bloody hand-to-hand battle along the disputed border in Ladakh earlier this week.

Top government leaders told NPR that federal agencies are years behind where they could have been if Chinese cybertheft had been openly addressed earlier. Bill Hinton Photography/Getty Images

Tech CEO: China Real Cyber Threat, Not Russia

Americans are in a war with China — just not one involving bombs, Jim Phillips, Chairman and CEO of NanoMech said on Friday’s edition of SiriusXM’s Breitbart News Tonight with Rebecca Mansour and guest co-host Rick Manning of Americans for Limited Government. 

Man typing on a laptop computer. Science Photo Library / ABO

CIA Director Announces Sweeping Reorganization of Agency

Director John Brennan has ordered a sweeping reorganization of the CIA, an overhaul designed to make its leaders more accountable and close espionage gaps amid widespread concerns about the spy agency’s limited insights into a series of major global developments.

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Sen Johnson: US Must Address Cybersecurity Threats

Senator Ron Johnson (R-WI) emphasized the importance of passing information-sharing legislation designed to enhance cybersecurity during the GOP Weekly Address on Saturday. Transcript (via ABC News Radio) as Follows: “Hi, I’m Senator Ron Johnson, from the great state of Wisconsin.

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Was the Sony hack foreign espionage, or an inside job?

It has long been suspected that the hackers who worked Sony Pictures over, ostensibly to punish it for insulting North Korean dictator Kim Jong Un in a satirical film called “The Interview,” involved some assistance from insiders.  The self-identified primary

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Iran, China, Russia Behind Sony Cyberattack?

The FBI claims that the cyberattacks targeting Sony pictures originated from North Korea, but the attack aimed at the film The Interview may have been launched from Iran, China or Russia. The suspicion of the three other countries derives from

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