Former US intelligence operatives charged with helping UAE hack rivals, Americans
The charges accuse three American citizens of helping the UAE spy on foreign rivals, activists and U.S. citizens.
New York man sentenced to 3 years for stealing students' nude photos after hacking their accounts
The hacker will pay $35,430 to SUNY-Plattsburg for hacking student emails.
Apple reopens legal fight against security firm Corellium, raising concerns for ethical hackers
The appeal comes less than a week after Apple settled the years-long legal dispute.
UK judge gives US a shot to appeal denial of Julian Assange's extradition
Will the WikilLeaks ringleader stay or will he go?
A Supreme Court ruling limits the reach of a landmark hacking law
The Supreme Court's 6-3 ruling is a significant step in limiting the bounds of the Computer Fraud and Abuse Act.
Biden administration unveils plan to defend electric sector from cyberattacks
The Department of Energy is buckling down with a 100-day plan.