Former DIA official allegedly sold secrets to China, including possible Cyber Command information
Ron Rockwell Hansen was caught providing secret military documents to the Chinese government, including what appears to be sensitive information about U.S. Cyber Command outposts, according to a newly unsealed Justice Department indictment.
Trump administration may throw out the approval process for cyberwarfare
The White House is looking to rescind PPD-20, a memorandum that helps guide the use of government-backed hacking operations.
Amid ongoing geopolitical tension, researchers find Pakistan-linked hacking aimed at India
As well-crafted hacking tools become more ubiquitous, long simmering rivalries between developing nations take on a new dimension: cyber espionage runs rampant.
The NSA now officially has a new chief
Gen. Paul Nakasone, an experienced military leader with a unique background in cyber-operations and intelligence gathering, will be the next person to take on the "dual hat" role atop the National Security Agency and U.S. Cyber Command.
Hamas-linked spyware targeting Palestinians removed from Google Play store
The group has been tied to the 2017 campaign, known as Frozen Cell, by using of the same social media profiles to promote the malware.
Ukrainian accused in cybercrime wave is considering trial in U.S., lawyer says
Mikhail Rytikov can't leave his home country of because he would risk becoming the latest Eastern European snatched up by Western law enforcement. He vehemently maintains his innocence.