This Chinese hacking group pwned a bunch of Mongolian government sites
A Chinese hacking group broke into a national data center in Mongolia late last year, quietly planting malware into local government websites.
Senator hopes to draw red line discouraging election cyberattacks
On Tuesday, Sen. Mark Warner, D-Va., suggested that the United States formally declare it will respond in cyberspace to foreign interference in American elections.
U.S. sanctions Russian companies linked to FSB
Officials are targeting companies and individuals that they say worked with Russia's Federal Security Service. Some of the companies have offices in the U.S.
Democrats and Republicans split over using hacked material in campaigns
Lately, a Democrat-Republican feud has shown that when it comes to politically charged hacking and dirt offered up by foreign powers, politics may not stop at the water’s edge.
Extradited Russian hacking suspect is in solitary confinement, lawyer says
Yevgeniy Nikulin, who denies all charges, has been in solitary for two months, defense lawyer Arkady Bukh told CyberScoop.
Chinese, Russian hacking groups spy on South Korea amid U.S.-North Korea peace talks
Ahead of the Trump-Kim summit in Singapore next week, a U.S. cybersecurity researcher says that Russian and Chinese hackers have scaled up activity against South Korean targets.