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A history of hacking and hackers

By Danny Moules 25 Oct 2017

A security professional’s view on criminal hacking has shifted away from the traditional stereotype of the hacker, towards a much more diverse cross-section of wider society Read More

Dutch IT expert takes an ethical hacking sabbatical

By Jasper Bakker 13 Dec 2017

Ethical hacker discovered nearly 1,000 vulnerabilities after taking a year off from his job in the Netherlands government to set up a hack group Read More

HBO hacking gets personal

By Warwick Ashford 09 Aug 2017

Theft of data from US television network has become personal with the release of details of actors in Game of Thrones and could signal a trend of cyber attacks on entertainment firms Read More

Uber hacked by a 20-year-old man in the US

By Warwick Ashford 07 Dec 2017

Uber was reportedly hacked by a 20-year-old man living with his mother in a small home trying to help pay the bills, according to various unnamed sources Read More

US charges Iranian man with HBO hacking

By Warwick Ashford 22 Nov 2017

The US has charged an Iran-based hacker with accessing HBO's computer systems, stealing data and attempting to extort millions of dollars Read More

Muslim hactivists hack “unhackable” IS news site

By Warwick Ashford 13 Nov 2017

A Muslim hacktivist group has hacked into Islamic State’s news site and published thousands of subscribers’ details just hours after the site claimed it was impenetrable Read More

FBI hacking may have crossed international borders

By Michael Heller 09 Nov 2017

New court documents indicate an FBI hacking operation may have crossed international borders and infected systems in Russia, China and Iran. Read More

Australian defence contractor hacked for fighter jet data

By Warwick Ashford 12 Oct 2017

The hacking of an Australian defence sub-contractor has once again highlighted the importance of supply chain cyber security Read More

FBI's Freese: It's time to stop blaming hacking victims

By Rob Wright 29 Sep 2017

The FBI's Don Freese spoke at the (ISC)2 Security Congress this week about the need to end the practice of blaming hacking victims. But will infosec professionals listen? Read More

Deloitte hack compromised sensitive emails, client data

By Madelyn Bacon 29 Sep 2017

News roundup: During the Deloitte hack, attackers had access to client data and internal email servers. Plus, the U.S. asks China not to enforce its Cybersecurity Law, and more. Read More