Cyber Espionage

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Push too hard and lights go out: New study points to Chinese role in Mumbai's October blackout
India

Push too hard and lights go out: New study points to Chinese role in Mumbai's October blackout

Cyber attacks give another option — less devastating than a nuclear attack, but capable of giving a country a strategic and psychological edge

US accuses two Chinese nationals of hacking spree targeting COVID-19 data, defense secrets
World

US accuses two Chinese nationals of hacking spree targeting COVID-19 data, defense secrets

US authorities said the Chinese nationals participated in a multiyear cyber espionage campaign that stole weapons designs, drug information and software source code

Mozilla rejects UAE bid to serve as Firefox's internet security gatekeeper
News & Analysis

Mozilla rejects UAE bid to serve as Firefox's internet security gatekeeper

Mozilla said that UAE cybersecurity firm DarkMatter had been linked to a state-run hacking program.

Marriott data breach linked back to Chinese state sponsored hackers: Report
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Marriott data breach linked back to Chinese state sponsored hackers: Report

If investigators confirm that China was behind the attack, that could complicate already tense relations between Washington and Beijing

Cyber attacks and espionage greater threats than terrorism, says Canadian spy chief
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Cyber attacks and espionage greater threats than terrorism, says Canadian spy chief

Western governments are increasingly wary of what they say is possible Chinese state involvement in 5G and other communications networks.

US accuses China of violating an anti-cyber espionage bilateral agreement
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US accuses China of violating an anti-cyber espionage bilateral agreement

In September 2015, Obama announced he had reached a "common understanding" with China's Xi on curbing economic cyber espionage

Privacy protection: Four ways to ensure your privacy is not compromised while using apps on your smartphone
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Privacy protection: Four ways to ensure your privacy is not compromised while using apps on your smartphone

Smartphones are powerful but can also be vulnerable to some apps in the absence of a security and privacy shield. Apps could take your data and also share with external unknown third parties.

Veitnam unveils new 10,000 strong military cyberwarfare unit to counter 'wrong' views on the internet
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Veitnam unveils new 10,000 strong military cyberwarfare unit to counter 'wrong' views on the internet

Vietnam’s president said the country needed to pay greater attention to controlling “news sites and blogs with bad and dangerous content”.

Kaspersky Labs software to be banned from use within the US government
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Kaspersky Labs software to be banned from use within the US government

Kaspersky’ official response to the ban did not appear to contain any information that would change the administration’s assessment of Kaspersky Lab.

India is committed to open, safe , secure and dynamic cyberspace: Sushma Swaraj
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India is committed to open, safe , secure and dynamic cyberspace: Sushma Swaraj

GCCS 2017 was attended by around 3,900 delegates, including 800 foreign delegates, with 139 countries being represented in the event.

Symantec warns of cyber espionage campaign targetting US and Europe based energy companies
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Symantec warns of cyber espionage campaign targetting US and Europe based energy companies

As part of a cyber espionage campaign hackers have broken into core systems of energy companies that control its’ operations, said security firm Symantec.

Russian hacking group, ATP28, is targeting the Indian hospitality sector; travellers data at risk: Report
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Russian hacking group, ATP28, is targeting the Indian hospitality sector; travellers data at risk: Report

Other hacking groups targeting travellers apart from APT28, including "South Korea-nexus Fallout Team" (also known as "Darkhotel") and "Duqu 2.0".

As US-Russian relations deteriorate, congressional panel launches investigation into Kaspersky Lab
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As US-Russian relations deteriorate, congressional panel launches investigation into Kaspersky Lab

A US congressional panel this week asked 22 government agencies to share documents on Moscow-based cyber firm Kaspersky Lab.

China, Canada sign agreement to not conduct state-sponsored cyberattacks against each other
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China, Canada sign agreement to not conduct state-sponsored cyberattacks against each other

The cyberattacks agreement was reached during talks between Canada's national security adviser, Daniel Jean, and a senior communist party official.

Microsoft President calls for world govts to form a 'Digital Geneva Convention' to police cyber espionage
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Microsoft President calls for world govts to form a 'Digital Geneva Convention' to police cyber espionage

Microsoft President Brad Smith on Tuesday pressed the world's governments to form an international body to protect civilians from state-sponsored hacking, saying recent high-profile attacks showed a need for global norms to police government activity in cyberspace.

Symantec detects another nation-grade spyware targeting firms in Russia, China
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Symantec detects another nation-grade spyware targeting firms in Russia, China

According to Symantec, a previously unknown hacking group variously dubbed "Strider" or "ProjectSauron" has carried out cyber-espionage attacks against select targets in Russia, China, Iran, Sweden, Belgium and Rwanda.

Data breached? You’re in good company
Biztech

Data breached? You’re in good company

As attackers increasingly seek to disrupt business operations, steal confidential information and leverage geopolitically sensitive data relevant to India and our businesses, breach disclosure can help start conversations and share intelligence that ultimately lead to a more secure India.

Kaspersky reports cyber espionage attacks on Indian government in 2016
Biztech

Kaspersky reports cyber espionage attacks on Indian government in 2016

Kaspersky says computers of senior government officials at Cabinet Secretariat, ministries of external affairs and IT were compromised by a Chinese cyber espionage group between February and March

Upto the US to resume cyber-security talks, says China
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Upto the US to resume cyber-security talks, says China

It is up to the United States to create conditions to resume regular talks on cyber security, China's foreign ministry said on Tuesday, as the two countries began three days of high-level meetings in Washington.

Deep Panda is the hacking group behind US data breach, says cyber security firm
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Deep Panda is the hacking group behind US data breach, says cyber security firm

Myers' account of a months-long battle with the group illustrates the challenges governments and companies face in defending against hackers that researchers believe are linked to the Chinese government - a charge Beijing denies.