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Lithuania hit by cyberattacks amid Kaliningrad feud with Russia
The pro-Kremlin group “Killnet” has claimed responsibility for the attack.
How Estonia became Europe’s leader in cybersecurity
Estonia was one of the first countries to come under attack from cyberattacks 15 years ago. Now it has one of the world’s strongest security systems.
Digital war: How Ukraine is resisting with tech, crypto and hacking
"The Russian cyber army is overestimated, like their regular army," Ukraine's deputy digital minister tells Euronews Next.
What part is Anonymous playing in Ukraine’s war effort against Russia?
Since it declared cyber war on Russia last week, the hackers’ collective has claimed credit for several attacks targeting government websites and state-backed media.
Ukraine to launch new 'IT army' to fight off Russian cyberattacks
Ukraine's deputy prime minister announced the move on Saturday after the country had called on its hacker underground to fight off Russian intrusions.
Is Russia using cyberattacks in its war against Ukraine?
"It is realistically possible that these sanctions will result in reprisal," said Chris Morgan, an analyst at cybersecurity firm Digital Shadow.
Ukraine's defence ministry and two banks targeted in cyberattack
Kyiv has appeared to point the finger of blame at Moscow.
European Parliament votes to strengthen EU-wide cybersecurity rules
Negotiations with the European Council on the update to the legislation will now start before European lawmakers eventually vote on the issue.
Belarusian hacktivists claim drone attack on Minsk riot police base
Footage of the incident showed loud bangs and flashes emanating from part of the compound.
Russia is behind 58% of state-sanctioned hacks, according to Microsoft
In its annual report on cybercrime, Microsoft reveals the top three countries targeted by Russian state-sponsored hackers where the United States, Ukraine and the UK.
EU officials: Microsoft Exchange email hack came from China
The attack earlier this year compromised tens of thousands of computers. Now EU and US officials have said China-based hackers were to blame.
Biden tells Putin Russia must crack down on cybercriminals
Biden told Putin during a phone call on Friday that the US reserves the right to "defend its people and its critical infrastructure," the White House said.
Web users must accept less anonymity for more security, says expert
Cybersecurity expert Miguel De Bruycker told Euronews that the increase in online attacks is a challenge for Europe.
Aid agencies targeted by phishing emails blamed on Russia
Thousands of addresses were targeted by emails containing malware from a compromised marketing account belonging to the the U.S. Agency for International Development.
Cybercrime: Insurance giant to stop covering French ransomware payouts
One of the five biggest insurance companies in Europe will stop writing policies that cover extortion by cybercriminals in France, the second worst-hit country by ransomware in the world.
Belgium's parliament and universities hit by cyber attack
Belnet said 200 of their customers were affected, including universities, public administrations, and research institutes.
Several French hospitals crippled by cyberattacks
Three hospital buildings near the city of Lyon have fallen prey this week to hackers using ransomware.
Russia likely behind huge hack on US government, say security services
Officials say the hackers appeared to want to gather intelligence rather than cause disruption.
Norway blames Russia for cyber-attack on Parliament
Norway has accused Russia of being behind a computer attack that targeted the emails of Parliament MPs this summer. The Russian embassy has described the accusation as "serious provocation".
Cyber Polygon looks at ways to forge a secure digital future
The outbreak of the Covid-19 pandemic caused an irrevocable shift in working practices around the globe. Companies were forced to rethink and restructure, creating new strategies to avoid disruption to their day-to-day interactions.
UAE authorities tackle rising cybercrime during COVID-19 pandemic
Big Data, blockchain and the Internet of things (IoT) have positively disrupted many Middle East and North African societies, economies and industries in recent years. However, with these technological advancements have come greater security risks.
How to dodge cybercriminals & hackers during the COVID-19 pandemic?
As the number of worldwide internet users continues to rise, so too is the amount of cybercrime.
Quantum tech promises 'unhackable' phones and super-secure networks
Quantum technologies promise a profound change in our digital lives. By harnessing the power of quantum physics, they can create absolutely un-hackable microchips and totally secure communication networks and they are being developed here in Europe
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The EU Cybersecurity Act will go into effect on Thursday, creating new measures that give more power and resources to the European Union Agency for Cybersecurity (ENISA).
These Facebook Pages Were Linked to Russian Disinformation Networks
Facebook just took down two large disinformation networks that were linked to Russia. They were operating in Central and Eastern European countries.