Middle East group goes on hacking spree against telecoms, embassies and more
Researchers found the suspected Iranian group on the same embassy network as Fancy Bear.
How cyberwarfare is playing into Yemen's civil war
As the Yemeni conflict gains greater attention in Washington, new research highlights how cyber operations have become intrinsic to kinetic wars.
U.S. charges eight in complex ad-fraud scheme
U.S. prosecutors in New York unveiled a 13-count indictment charging suspected cybercriminals of orchestrating a scheme to defraud internet advertisers out of tens of millions of dollars.
NSO Group spyware used against two Mexican journalists following assassination
Pegasus is sold by NSO Group, an Israeli digital arms dealer that provides governments with tools meant only to help combat terrorism and criminal activity. But a growing body of research provides evidence that Pegasus increasingly is used by repressive governments to stifle investigative journalism, anti-corruption watchdogs and forms of political dissent.
Research: Prolific cybercriminal tessa88 is Russian national
Recorded Future claims that tessa88 is tied to Russian national Maksim Donakov.
U.S. cybercrime-fighters enter agreements with Indonesia, Singapore
When U.S. officials return from international conferences this week they can be thankful for bolstered cybersecurity alliances with two Asian-Pacific countries. The government has struck separate deals with Indonesia and Singapore to strengthen bilateral cooperation on fighting international cybercrime.