Senator questions DHS about surveillance technology used in U.S. by foreign spies
A Senator is asking for the agency to provide information about foreign surveillance on U.S. soil.
DNC hackers using NATO cyber conference to find phishing targets, researchers say
According to Cisco's Talos research team, Fancy Bear was sending phishing emails to people looking to attend CyCon.
'Highly active' Hamas-linked hackers found spying on Palestinian political group
According to mobile security firm Lookout, a group called "Two-tailed Scorpion" has been able to remotely collect thousands of hours of stolen audio from infected smartphones across the Gaza Strip.
Research claims CCLeaner attack carried out by Chinese-linked group
Israeli cybersecurity startup Intezer Labs claims its highly likely that APT17 is behind the supply chain attack that targeted the popular disk cleanup utility.
In the face of government pressure, Kaspersky pledges to open new U.S. offices
Chief Executive Eugene Kaspersky confirmed the decision on social media after Reuters reported that the anti-virus company had plans to close its D.C.-area office.
New Microsoft Word zero day used to spread 'lawful intercept' malware, analysts say
A well-funded spy group appears to have recently acquired a highly-sophisticated zero day vulnerability to deploy a remote access trojan, developed by infamous surveillance technology firm FinFisher, against a Russian-speaking "entity."