The sentencing of Zain Qaiser from London marks the conclusion of a case against England's most prolific cyber criminal.
When Newsweek rang the hotline number to call, the voice prompt apologized yet again for "any inconvenience this may have caused you," and directs the caller to go online to get information.
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Bullying is most common in stressful workplaces with poor leadership, and a culture that rewards aggressive, competitive behavior.
China is responsible for over 90 percent of cyber-enabled economic espionage in the United States, a report reveals.
General Terrence O'Shaughnessy said the U.S. now faces "adversaries that are actually able to reach out and touch us."
The U.S. has already announced incoming sanctions against sensitive electronic imports and senators want fresh restrictions on Russian finance and investments.
The U.S. government added three Russians and five companies said to be linked to Moscow's security forces.
As tensions ratcheted up between Russia and the West, NATO members were increasingly preparing for the worst.
Iranian hackers are often underrated, but they are probably among the best in the world.
François Chollet believes AI experts should "show some conscience" and abandon Facebook.
Moscow continues to deny it tried to rig the 2016 U.S. presidential election or any other foreign votes.
A Russian malware attack is estimated to have affected around 64 countries and cost companies over $1.2 billion.
Starting by targeting software in Ukraine, the ransomware NotPetya spread internationally, and the British government thinks the Russian military was behind it.
The president has a radical plan to win the ongoing AI arms race.
Ryan Dickey was re-assigned from the Justice Department's computer crime and intellectual property division to Mueller's team.
With the establishment of a new Cyber Operations Center, NATO has launched a new, historic campaign of electronic warfare.
In May 10 meeting, the president leaked content of a classified operation, according to new report.
A handful of smartwatches designed to keep children safe have vulnerabilities hackers can exploit, a watchdog in Norway has found.
Government officials once again disclosed information about Israeli operations that aid Washington.