President-elect Donald Trump says he accepts the assessment of the U.S. intelligence community that Russia President Vladimir Putin directed cyberattacks against Democratic Party computers and a social media campaign in an attempt to influence the results of the U.S. presidential election.
Both President-elect Donald Trump and the Kremlin have dismissed an explosive report - containing unverified allegations - that they engaged in a "well-developed conspiracy of cooperation" designed to target Hillary Clinton and other Democrats via hacking and other tactics.
Sen. Marco Rubio: Don't think of the Russian-government breach of Democratic Party computers as merely an attempt to influence the presidential election, but rather as a sophisticated campaign aimed to spread disarray through the government and society.
Seven state insurance commissioners conclude in a new in-depth report that the massive cyberattack on Anthem Inc. was carried out by a hacker on behalf of a nation-state. But they stop short of naming the nation involved or penalizing Anthem for the breach that affected 80 million.
President-elect Donald Trump reportedly now accepts the U.S. intelligence community's assessment that Russia attempted to meddle in U.S. elections and may take action in response once he takes power, an aide says.
In an unclassified version of a top-secret report, the U.S. intelligence community says that Russian President Vladimir Putin ordered an influence campaign aimed at undermining public faith in America's democratic process and preventing Hillary Clinton from being elected president.
The KillDisk disk-wiping malware, previously tied to espionage operations, has been updated with crypto-locking capabilities and now targets Linux as well as Windows systems. But security experts warn that attackers using the Linux variant have no way to furnish a decryption key.
Rajendra Pawar, chairman of NASSCOM's Cyber Security Taskforce, discusses how to build India as a global cybersecurity hub and develop a skilled workforce. He describes his vision for the next five years
A task force led by two lawmakers and a former U.S. CIO recommends the new administration should jettison outdated ways the federal government tackles cybersecurity, saying in a just-issued report: "Once-powerful ideas have been transformed into clichés."
Massive underreporting of cybercrime in India is making it very difficult for law enforcement officials to track trends and push for more crime-fighting resources, Dr. Muktesh Chander, director general of police for the state of Goa, says in this video interview.
In a video interview, Golok Simli, principal consultant and head of technology for Passport Seva in India, describes lessons he's learned on taking a structured approach to implementing security in government agencies.
In addition to announcing sanctions against Russia for election-related cyberattacks, the Obama administration has declassified technical information on Russian intelligence services' malicious cyber activities in an effort to help thwart additional attacks.
From financial services to the power grid, India is increasingly sensitive to protecting critical infrastructure from cyberattack. What are the top threats, and how are security leaders responding to them? Vinayak Godse of the Data Security Council of India shares insights.
Unprecedented hack attacks knocked three Ukrainian power providers offline in late 2015, and now a potential repeat hack has surfaced. Security experts recommend all power operators globally hunt carefully for related signs of attack.