The head of US Cyber Command says the Pentagon needs private-sector cooperation in reporting computer network attacks to stop the "greatest [unauthorized] transfer of wealth in history."
Hackers associated with the newly resurrected LulzSec claim to have breached the digital perimeter protecting MilitarySingles.com, a dating website targeted at military personnel.
The BBC has revealed that it was the target of a sophisticated cyber-attack believed to have originated in Iran.
Well, we hope you've all been good boys and girls lately: porn site Digital Playground has been hacked by a new hacktivist group, which says it's stolen the financial and personal details of tens of thousands of customers.
Google's offering $1 million in bounty payments to hackers managing to come up with a fully-functional exploit of Chrome.
Security researchers have discovered it's possible to track a cellphone's location by listening to unencrypted broadcast messages from cell phone towers.
Israeli hackers downed the website administered by the Central Bank of the United Arab Emirates on Thursday as the financial institution hosted European Central Bank chief Mario Draghi.
Hackers operating under the "Nightmare Group" banner managed to shut down the websites of both the Tel Aviv Stock Exchange (TASE) and El Al (Israel Airlines) on Monday.
The growing specter of cyber warfare has prompted the Israel Defense Forces (IDF) to step up its recruit of hackers who will be tasked with securing the country's digital perimeter.
This past week, President Obama announced a new US defense strategy that was formulated to slash the military budget in a responsible and balanced way.
Hackers operating under the AntiSec banner have pledged to launch a slew of cyber attacks over the holiday weekend in an act of solidarity with WikiLeaks suspect Pfc. Bradley Manning and other prisoners.
A US-based security think tank that recently fell victim to a hack and extract attack is warning subscribers they may be targeted by cyber criminals for voicing their support on Facebook.
Researchers at Columbia University have identified a firmware security flaw in an unknown number of Hewlett-Packard (HP) printers that could potentially be exploited by hackers.
Four people have been arrested in the Philippines for a scam which diverted almost $2 million from AT&T into the bank accounts of a Saudi terrorist group.
The Federal Bureau of Prisons is concerned about the possibility of hackers remotely opening cell doors to aid mass jailbreaks across the country.
A group of hackers - ostensibly from Turkey - went on a DNS rampage over the weekend.
A Twitter message purporting to come from the Anonymous hacker collective says the group's planning to destroy Facebook on November 5th.
As word of Mark Duggan's controversial death spread over BlackBerry Messenger and various social networking sites, civil unrest ensued with violent riots breaking out in the streets of London and other British cities.
The Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) says it's prepared to dish out funds to hackers who can help it with cybersecurity.
Did you know hackers are openly competing to offer illicit services that can take down a rival online business or settle a score?