Vladislav Klyushin, a Russian businessman with ties to the Kremlin, was sentenced on Thursday to nine years in prison.
Protecting satellites from hacks is becoming more important as industries from agriculture to banking and insurance rely on space-based capabilities.
Americans believe Prince Harry made the right decision in giving evidence against U.K. tabloids but many feel the issue does not matter to them.
Though the woman told Newsweek that she thought the message he sent her was "hilarious", her dad was "freaked out" when he heard about it.
Everyone uses Microsoft, including the U.S. government and military. The reliance on one vendor makes us more vulnerable to hackers and cyberspies, experts say.
Accusations of foreign meddling have preceded Turkey's upcoming presidential election.
Today, it's not a question of whether terrorists will use Artificial Intelligence (AI), but of how and when. Jihadis have always been early adopters of emerging technologies.
"Demanding, controlling, and feel like it's your right to snoop. That's just grim. Enjoy being single," one user said.
Hackers, armed with high-tech tools and flush with funds, are quietly ruining people's livelihoods, reputations and businesses. The cyber police are outmatched.
No immediate impacts on actual airport operations have been reported as of Monday afternoon.
A cyber security company has revealed the ways you can notice if someone has been looking at your messages.
The alleged attack by Killnet temporarily knocked out several government websites on Wednesday.
Ukrainian hackers said they have tricked Russian troops using fake profiles of conventionally attractive women.
Once downloaded, the image is used to unleash a malware code that could allow a hacker access to a computer.
The outgoing "Late Late Show" host revealed the dramatic moment the hacker tried to blackmail him for money.
Apple warned users that hackers may have actively exploited security vulnerabilities on devices.
Pro-Russia hacking group Killnet has threatened more cyberattacks against the American manufacturer.
The founder of a Russian hacker group said he aims to make countries that support Ukraine "answer for each of our soldiers."
"Massive red flag," one user said.
Lawmakers should ensure implementation of new laws deliver real freedom of choice for technology under conditions that benefit Western democracies more than those wishing to harm us and our way of life.
Watcher.Guru reported early Wednesday morning that more than $5 million had been stolen so far.
A "callous" teenager who hacked into women's Snapchat accounts and used nude photos to blackmail their friends has been jailed for two years.
A cybersecurity firm said hackers "assessed to be aligned with the state interests" of North Korea, Iran and Turkey also directed attacks on journalists.
The hacking group SiegedSec released troves of government data, stating that people "shouldn't be denied access to abortion."
The billionaire's comments come amid confirmation from multiple governments that Russia was behind a huge cyberattack at the start of its invasion of Ukraine.
The since-deleted message urged citizens to "independently bring the basements of their houses, as well as nearby bomb shelters, into a habitable form."