Threats Cyber-attack forces government workers to switch to typewriters

Officials in the Matanuska-Susitna Borough in Alaska were forced to bring back typewriters from the closets and resort to writing …

Threats Despite truce talks, North Korean hackers still targeting South Korean firms

Even though there are signs of a possible truce between the Korean neighbours, the long-drawn and well-funded cyber-espionage campaign carried …

Threats How do China and North Korea’s cyber personalities compare?

TEISS speaks with Jing Xie, senior threat intelligence analyst for Venafi, about the cyber warfare stage and how nation states …

Threats GCHQ’s cyber offensive wrecked ISIS hackers’ propaganda efforts, says GCHQ chief

An offensive cyber campaign carried out by GCHQ last year ensured that ISIS hackers were unable to carry out cyber …

Threats What can cyber security professionals learn from Sun Tzu’s ‘The Art of War’?

Warfare, after land, sea, air and space, has entered the fifth domain: cyberspace. Cyber warfare is a reality. Yet, how studied …

Threats More countries joining the cyber warfare bandwagon to meet political aims

At a time when the UK is struggling to cope with the covert cyber warfare carried out by state-sponsored Russian …

Threats UK could launch offensive cyber operations against Russia

The UK could launch "offensive cyber operations" against Russia as part of a series of retaliatory measures after investigators concluded …

Cyber warfare David Martinon, French Ambassador for Digital Affairs on how to demotivate attackers

Warfare, after land, sea, air and space, has entered the fifth domain: cyberspace. Cyber warfare is, undeniably, a reality. Yet, …

Information security U.S. to launch cyber atttacks on North Korea to teach Kim Jong-un a lesson

The United States may soon sanction a series of destructive and retaliatory cyber attacks on North Korea to teach the …

Threats UN Chief calls for global rules to protect innocent victims of cyber warfare

Antonio Guterres, Secretary-General of the United Nations, has called for new global rules that could shield innocent civilians if nations …

News Army chief to call for additional defence spending to tackle Russia’s cyber warfare

Chief of general staff Sir Nick Carter is expected to call for a significant increase in defence spending to ensure …

News Iraqi hackers beating Islamic State hackers in their own game on Telegram

With remnants of the once-feared Islamic State terrorist group driven off from Syrian and Iraqi territories, it's not all good …