After Gaza ceasefire, MoleRATs hacking group continues to target Middle Eastern governments
It’s an example of how, alongside the violence that has long marked the Israel-Palestine conflict, there are often much subtler efforts by digital spies to access networks.
Chinese hackers implicated in breach of Russian government agencies
An unusual report from Russia's Federal Security Service has caused a stir.
FireEye is selling its security products business for $1.2B
Its intelligence services will remain a standalone company under the Mandiant name, pending approval.
How alleged Iranian hackers are posing as an Israeli scientist to spy on US medical professionals
Hacking is still central to the high-stakes spying game between Iran, Israel and the U.S.
Proofpoint sues Facebook over dummy sites used for anti-phishing training
Proofpoint argues it is using the domains in good faith.
Suspected Chinese hackers impersonate Catholic news outlets to gather intel about Vatican diplomacy
The hackers are retooling.