Britain finds itself in an uncomfortable position: It doesn’t like the fact that Huawei, a large Chinese firm that manufactures telecoms equipment, is deeply embedded in what Britain calls its “critical
Hacking Team may not have any clients in the US yet, but it's not for lack of trying In 2001, a pair of Italian programmers wrote a program called Ettercap, a "comprehensive suite for man-in-the-middle
There were several reasons for the military’s intense interest in and financing of computers, but none was as important as the huge information-processing needs of what had become an immense bureaucracy.
The UK is setting up a new cyber army to protect computer networks and important data, as well as launch cyber attacks if necessary, BBC reports. The UK military will be developing a cyber strike capability
Mojtaba Ahmadi's death fuels speculation of another targeted attack on Tehran's leadership The commander of Iran's cyberwarfare unit was reportedly shot dead this week, fueling speculation that he may
Over a few weeks' worth of bedtimes in the summer of 1984, my dad read me Nineteen Eighty-Four by George Orwell. Though the dystopian context would have been lost on nine-year old me, the pervasive malevolence