The U.S. was accused of abducting Russian citizens around the world, including the latest arrest of a suspected cyber thief.
Russia has come up with a digital-age update to traditional spying methods.
The president's tweets 'tell the story' of how he seeks to deflect attention, House Intelligence Committee Democrat says.
Trump and associates' murky financial dealings deserve greater scrutiny.
The U.S. president's son-in-law is among those called to answer questions about alleged Russian tampering in the election.
German authorities have braced for what they believe to be a campaign of Russian-sponsored hacking and fake news against Chancellor Angela Merkel.
FBI Director is expected to be asked about the president's surveillance assertions at a hearing Monday.
Do recent Russian actions mean a return to traditional aggressiveness after years of retreat?
Cyber Security Centre offers to help the UK's political parties bolster their online security.
U.S. intelligence agencies have concluded that Russia sought to influence the presidential election to help Trump defeat Democrat Hillary Clinton.
White House spokesperson doesn't rule out Attorney General Jeff Sessions recusing himself, but other Republicans reject the suggestion.
Carlin said countries with upcoming elections should be prepared to offer forceful and timely responses to cyber attacks.
They said morale at the CIA and other agencies was already sagging because of disputes with Trump over whether Russian President Vladimir Putin ordered interference in the U.S. election.
European nations and NATO are setting up centers to identify "fake news", bolstering cyber defenses and tracking use of social media.
The allegations were in a two-page synopsis appended to a report presented by U.S. intelligence officials to Trump and President Barack Obama on Russian interference in the 2016 election, CNN said.
The report was the U.S. government's starkest public description of what it says was a Russian effort to manipulate the American electoral process.
The panel members would not be members of Congress.
Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe also fell victim to a cyber hack that used tools attributed to a Russian group.
Incoming chief of staff, after repeated questions, says the president-elect accepts the intelligence community's assessment of Russian involvement.