Federal agencies recommend blocking Hong Kong-US undersea cable over national security concerns
Concerns about the cable have grown along with Beijing's influence over Hong Kong.
How spies used LinkedIn to hack European defense companies
It's a cautionary tale in the use of social engineering for espionage.
‘Vendetta’ hackers are posing as Taiwan's CDC in data-theft campaign
The hackers are part of a group known as Vendetta that has only surfaced in the last two months.
Gamaredon, a hacking group with a fixation on Ukraine, deploys new email compromise tools
Simplicity, rather than stealth, is the name of the game for these Russia-linked hackers.
'Turla' spies have been stealing documents from foreign ministries in Eastern Europe, researchers find
Turla has a knack for rewriting code and using it to steal state secrets.
UK cyber agency launches review of Huawei presence in 5G networks
It’s welcome news for U.S. officials, and a potential change of fate for Huawei’s business in the U.K.