How 'China coup' tweets went viral, and what it says about the rapid spread of disinformation
China coup tweets originated with Chinese dissident networks, but spread quickly and ultimately lead to news coverage in India.
Ukraine warns of 'massive cyberattacks' coming from Russia on critical infrastructure sites
Ukrainian officials say they anticipate Russian cyberattacks in conjunction with potential missile strikes on electrical facilities
British teen arrested in hacking case
British police arrested a 17-year-old from Thursday as part of a hacking investigation, the City of London Police announced Friday.
Researchers unearth hacking group that's been active, yet undetected for years
The group has targeted telecommunications, internet service providers and universities in the Middle East and Africa, researchers said.
Senate reports details inefficiencies, confusion at key U.S. counterintelligence center
Sen. Mark Warner said "new threats and new technology mean that we have to make substantial adjustments to our counterintelligence posture."
Cyberspace Solarium Commission members push to advance remaining recommendations
The group is hoping to advance ideas such as a National Cybersecurity Certification and Labeling Authority and a Bureau of Cyber Statistics.
Commerce lacks intelligence resources to keep U.S. tech from fueling Chinese cyberthreat, experts warn
The Bureau of Industry and Security has come under fire for approving the vast majority of technology export licenses to China.
Blame game follows Uber hack. Experts say don't fault employee.
The Uber hack may be a lesson in poor security design and points to problems with vulnerable multi-factor authentication.
Anonymous hacker, who bragged about exploits on TikTok, says he was raided by Canadian police
Aubrey Cottle, known for his ties to the hacktivist collective Anonymous, took responsibility for multiple hacks on his TikTok channel.
Senators slam social media companies for failure to keep disinformation from going viral
Tech executives say they are working hard to fight disinformation, but lawmakers and critics say they simply aren't doing enough.