Russian government hackers were behind recent cyber-intrusions into the business systems of U.S. nuclear power and other energy companies in what appears to be an effort to assess their networks
Yahoo hack: Is it hypocritical of the US Government to charge the Russians for the same kind of hacking it itself engages in?
Televisions, smartphones and even anti-virus software are all vulnerable to CIA hacking, according to WikiLeaks documents.
The tempest over whether Russian state hackers were behind the WikiLeaks release of Democratic Party emails is really a battle for the narrative of the 2016 Presidential election.
Though no one has outright said it, a recount in Wisconsin and potentially Michigan and Pennsylvania appears to be rooted in one notion: Russia's involvement.
The world should brace itself for more physically destructive hacks - possibly on power grids - as a more dangerous era of hacking is already upon us.
As the United States gears up for the presidential election in November, lawmakers are raising concerns over the cybersecurity of US voting systems.
Yahoo said hackers stole personal information from 500 million of its user accounts, a massive security breakdown it attributed to a "state-sponsored actor."
A British man accused of hacking into U.S. government computer systems and stealing confidential information should be extradited to the United States to face trial, a judge ruled Friday.