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Cyber-security firms Kaspersky and Alienvault Labs announced at the Kaspersky Security Analyst Summit that they had uncovered new evidence linking the massive Sony Pictures hack of 2014 with an ongoing malware attack directed at South Korea. The secu...

The head of the National Security Agency's elite hacking arm, Tailored Access Operations, downplayed the importance of zero-day exploits during a talk at USENIX Enigma 2016 in San Francisco this week, as spotted by Vice. Zero-day security holes...

Sensitive electronic files from America’s biggest police union were posted online this week after a hacker breached the Fraternal Order of Police website. The ill-gotten dump includes officers' names and addresses, message board posts bashing Barac...

The Food and Drug Administration has released draft cybersecurity guidelines for medical device makers. It still remains only a guideline, but data leaks and security issues are typically never a good thing for a company -- especially when lives are.

 This year the U.K. has a historic opportunity to lead the world in creating a transparent legal framework for the operation of secret state surveillance powers. But there is a parallel risk of forging bad law and encouraging other countries dow...

The Federal Bureau of Investigation infiltrated and shut down what it called "the largest remaining known child pornography hidden service in the world" this summer, using a hacking method to track IP addresses on the Dark Web, Vice Motherboa...

LONDON — A group called New World Hacking has claimed responsibility for an attack that brought down the BBC's website for several hours on Thursday. The group says it goes after Islamic State (ISIS) online activity, but carried out the BBC att...