How phishing emails sent by Russian hackers produce propaganda
A new research report authored by the Citizen Lab shows that hackers with suspected ties to the Russian government play a vital part in international disinformation campaigns.
As investigation against Assange is dropped, WikiLeaks releases new CIA malware
"Athena" is malware created by a military contractor and used by the CIA.
The CIA is running internal 'Shark Tank'-like pitch competitions, CIO says
Chief Information Officer John Edwards says the competitions promote technology at "mission speed" instead of "government speed."
This hacking group with suspected ties to the Vietnamese government is wreaking havoc
Known as APT32 or OceanLotus the group has been actively conducting cyber-espionage missions against valuable corporations, foreign governments, dissidents and domestic journalists since at least 2014, according to new research conducted by cybersecurity firm FireEye.
Russian hackers targeted Obama's aides as early as 2007, and attempts continue, report says
Russia’s preeminent cyber espionage group, known as APT28 or Fancy Bear, heavily targeted former U.S. President Barack Obama’s staff while they campaigned for office in 2008, according to newly published research by U.S.-based cybersecurity firm Area 1 Security.
U.S. intel officials slam Kaspersky while CEO calls fears of Russian influence 'unfounded conspiracy theories'
"Sometimes people are suspicious because of all the hype about Russia and Russians, that makes our lives harder," Eugene Kaspersky said.