Russia-based leading cybersecurity firm Kaspersky revealed an intricate, secret program by which North Korea sponsored electronic heists to fund its nuclear weapons program.
Germany inaugurated its new Cyber and Information Space Command, a military division tasked with defending against and waging electronic warfare.
Every day Americans are being bombarded "with very simple phrases like 'Russia is aggressor in Ukraine,' 'annexation of Crimea" and so on, Lavrov told the National Interest.
For more than five hours on Monday, FBI Director James Comey obliterated the credibility of Donald Trump, the increasingly unhinged president of the United States.
The popular messaging apps have closed the hole that left users' accounts open to being taken over by hackers.
"It will happen," Republican Senator Richard Burr told reporters after a closed committee meeting.
Elections in France, Holland and Germany may cause split between Europe and the U.S.
Cyber Security Centre offers to help the UK's political parties bolster their online security.
The revelations in the purloined documents could further complicate ties between the U.S. and Germany.
Encryption used by WhatsApp, Telegram and Signal is useless if devices are infected by spy tools.
A Turkish group claimed the cyberattack was "in response to this racism of Austria against Muslims."
UK Defense Secretary Michael Fallon warns of sustained cyberattacks against the West from Russia.
The Treasury Department said U.S. companies could make limited transactions with the FSB.
The visit to Central Intelligence Agency headquarters in Langley, Virginia, in the Washington suburbs, has a symbolic element, since Trump had questioned the CIA's conclusion that Russia was involved in cyber hacking that interfered with the U.S. election.
President-elect also tells the "Wall Street Journal" he's not committed to the "one China" principle.
Security experts have called Trump's Twitter account a "disaster waiting to happen."
The report published by Buzzfeed is a strange mix of amateurish and insightful.
Western European and American intelligence agencies agree that the Kremlin meddled in the 2016 presidential campaign. But subtle disagreements remain about why.