Marcus Hutchins was praised in May 2017 for putting an end to the global WannaCry cyber attack.
Facebook is partnering with German news agency DPA as part of a large-scale effort to fight fake news through fact-checking ahead of the European Parliament election in May
What do you do if you get a call from someone claiming they kidnapped your child?
Hackers are invited to look for vulnerabilities in Switzerland's e-voting system during a four-week dummy poll.
What are the most likely risks we will face this year, and how significant will they be? Some of the world's most influential people have given their views.
Over the past three years, hackers have been able to download thousands of EU diplomatic cables, according to a New York Times article.
The New York Attorney General has opened an investigation into the hack at the world's largest hotel chain.
Yoshitaka Sakurada, 68, was appointed last month to lead Japan's cybersecurity strategy.
The two-day conference will gather leading experts and political figures from around the world to discuss questions relating to election security.
Western accusations against Russia’s GRU spy agency exposed an alleged plot to carry out cyber attacks on a global scale.
Kremlin accuses Washington of taking a "dangerous path"
Singapore cyber attack affects 1.5 million people
British fans attending the World Cup in Russia have been warned they may come up against "anti-British sentiment" by MPs and the country's Foreign Office (FCO).
Ukraine accuses Russia of planning a massive cyber attack before Champions League final
Artificial intelligence in conflict--from robot soldiers to cyber warfare, what will it look like?
It's a question that was under discussion as this year's Munich Security Conference kicked off on Friday.
The virus of June 2017 crippled Ukraine's infrastructure before spreading to computers in other countries of the world.
A US spy chief warns of more Russian cyber attacks aimed at undermining US democracy.
Russian cyber-experts managed to steal the emails of U.S drone workers
The vast majority of all computer devices in the world have been found to be venerable to attack
May hack on worlds' computers cost billions as hackers attempted to blackmail companies and governments.
Eugene Kaspersky, CEO of the self titled anti-virus software group says he would leave Russia if authorities asked him to spy for them
Mysterious cyber criminals have stolen hacking tools the United States uses to spy on other countries.
Traffic and data on wireless networks could be corrupted by close-by hackers, say Belgian researchers
That is what a former cybersecurity advisor to Barack Obama has claimed.
The 'elves' see themselves on the front line of a battle against pro-Russian propaganda
Sweden is shifting its military capacity from peacekeeping to defence.