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Tensions still high between Russia and West over cyber attacks
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Britain accuses Russian military intelligence of an indiscriminate campaign of cyber attacks aimed at disrupting politics and everyday life in the West.
Microsoft claims it has blocked cyber-attacks by Russian groups who the company says have links to the Kremlin and military
For football fans worried about their cybersecurity while they are in Russia for the World Cup, the UK's National Cyber Security Centre put together some guidelines to help keep their personal devices and accounts safe.
British newspapers have echoed concerns that air traffic control, hospitals, banks and energy supplies could be targeted
A joint investigation between two Dutch news outlets reported how intelligence officials watched hackers steal thousands of emails and files from systems used by the Democratic National Committee (DNC).
Russia has been accused of meddling in the “democratic processes” of European countries, something Russian leaders have dismissed as “absurd” or “pulled out of thin air”.
Calls for more uniform approach and better regulation amid mounting threats
Hundreds of millions of iPhone and iPad users could be at risk of hacking until Apple releases a patch to its Safari web browser that protects them from "Spectre", one of the two major vulnerabilities discovered this week.
The vast majority of all computer devices in the world have been found to be venerable to attack
People still believe in social networking but there is somewhere a doubt about security.
Several global tech firms could fall foul of governments over their tax affairs and efforts to curb online extremism
During a visit to Moscow, British Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson brought up claims of cyber hacking by Russia
Traffic and data on wireless networks could be corrupted by close-by hackers, say Belgian researchers
Tallinn has hosted leaders for the EU's first summit wholly dedicated to digital issues
In this edition of the Brief from Brussels: The European Commission unveils new measures to tackle cyber crime, amid mounting threats; Estonia’s
European Commission clenches fists in face of mounting attacks
Are cyber-attacks the wave of the future, or can norms be developed to control international cyber conflict?
A Cadbury chocolate factory has become the first Australian business to be hit by a global cyber attack.
A strain of the Petya computer virus is attacking computers across the globe: but who has been affected
Reports of a massive computer virus affecting countries worldwide.
Friday’s global cyber attack hit 150 countries, bringing factories, hospitals and shops to a standstill.
One of the biggest cyberattacks yet using ransomware to extort money from businesses and government organisations has spread like wildfire around the world.
2017 is election year in Germany, and hacker attacks like those alleged to have taken place during the US elections in 2016, are feared.
The Russian cyber attacks that were meant to skew the 2016 US election toward Donald Trump have raised new concerns about conflicts in cyberspace. How might normative taboos, such as those against chemical and biological weapons, be adapted to the cyber realm?