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Feb 09, 2018
Cybersecurity can't be seen in isolation, it has to be a concerted international effort, says ex-DHS cybersec chief Sean McGurkFrom digital identity, digital banking and data usage, India is ideally positioned to provide worldwide leadership in the digital era
Oct 12, 2017
Whether guilty of colluding with Russian spy agencies or found innocent, Kaspersky Lab's future seems bleakKaspersky Lab claims that it shares no “inappropriate ties to any govt, including Russia” and that the it is caught in “the middle of a geopolitical fight.”
Sep 22, 2017
Iranian cyberespionage capabilites is no more of a 'kitten' says FireEye reportFireEye Chief Executive Kevin Mandia said Iranian cyberespionage had grown in sophistication since he first spotted Iranians conducting rudimentary attacks on the US State Department in 2008.
Jun 23, 2017
WikiLeaks releases documents on Brutal Kangaroo, a CIA project to compromise air gapped computersThe Brutal Kangaroo leaks contain details of a set of tools used by the CIA to compromise air gapped computers through USB drives.
Aug 08, 2016
Iran executes nuclear scientist Shahram Amiri convicted of spying for USIran executed a nuclear scientist convicted of spying for the United States, an official said Sunday, acknowledging for the first time that the nation secretly detained and tried a man who was once heralded as a hero.
Mar 11, 2015
Microsoft releases patches for old Stuxnet bug and FREAK vulnerabilityMicrosoft has finally patched the five-year old Stuxnet bug which had revealed FREAK vulnerability, a security flaw that could have compromised Apple and Android browsers. People thought that the patch was issued that stopped the Stuxnet worm from spreading in 2010 but the emergency update was not successful.
May 29, 2014
Iranian hackers use fake Facebook accounts to spy on US and other countriesArray
May 20, 2013
Stuxnet virus strengthened Iranian nuclear programme: ReportThe Stuxnet virus from 2009, which was supposedly designed to damage the Iranian nuclear programme, seems to have strengthened it instead...
Feb 04, 2013
Google's Eric Schmidt, co-author slam China in upcoming bookGoogle CEO Eric Schmidt has labelled China "the most dangerous superpower on Earth" in an upcoming book The New Digital Age, co-written by Jared
Oct 25, 2012
Cyberspace the new frontier in Iran's war with foesTwo years after the Stuxnet computer worm attacked its nuclear program, Iran is increasingly turning to cyber warfare itself in a growing, stealthy ...