Latest News on Cyberespionage
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Jan 19, 2018
Report surfaces regarding a hacking campaign in Lebanon where cybersecurity data was left exposed to open internetLebanon has historically been a hub for espionage and Lebanese spies have a documented interest in surveillance software.
Dec 22, 2017
Kaspersky Lab anti-virus software to be banned on sensitive computers in Lithuania says governmentThis month Britain’s main cybersecurity agency warned British government agencies to avoid using anti-virus software from Russian companies.
Nov 27, 2017
FBI did not inform many US officials about the Russian Fancy Bear hacking attacksNearly 80 interviews with Americans targeted by Fancy Bear, a Russian government-aligned cyberespionage group, turned up only two cases in which the FBI had provided a heads-up
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.
Jul 14, 2017
Kaspersky 's big American dream comes under threat as geopolitical tensions growThe U.S. government has the right to choose not to use Kaspersky products for any reason, he said, but "the way they are doing it" is wrong.
May 19, 2016
Cyberespionage group Suckfly targeted Indian govt, e-commerce organisations: SymantecSecurity solutions provider Symantec has revealed the activities of Suckfly, an advanced cyberespionage group that conducted long term espionage campaigns against high profile targets including government and commercial organisations in India.
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
Nov 17, 2011
Take A Broader Look At Security; Take Pre-Emptive MeasuresMcAfee outlines the "Quantum Leap" in security, data, and privacy concerns in its Security Journal