Trump says he doesn't know why his longtime attorney paid $130K to Stormy Daniels right before the election
Latest APT19 phishing wave noticed by @FireEye ( @TekDefense, @bread08) aimed at U.S. law firms used recent news headlines - including Moore, Weinstein scandals - to lure clicks
ISIS using internet, alQaida in Islamic Maghreb doing in person for recruitment, per Cragin
The US Securities and Exchange Commission files charges over ICO 'cyber scam'
Western allies consider offensive cyber warfare agreement as Russia launches plan for 'independent internet'
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Rutgers University suffers data breach. Data of 1,700 students exposed
DCIA Pompeo: WikiLeaks may think they are protecting those who provide them with classified information and other secrets, but they should not be certain of that. RNDF
Former N.S.A. Employee Pleads Guilty to Taking Classified Information
Russia Wants to Launch Backup DNS System by August 1, 2018 which will allows it to limit access to any website they wish, such as social networks when used to rally anti-government protests
Russian Cyber-Criminal Roman Seleznev sentenced to 14 years in prison for role in organized cybercrime ring responsible for $50 Million in online identity theft and $9 Million bank fraud conspiracy
Report of tech problems with @WhatsApp app
Twitter on why it didn't delete anti-Muslim tweets: "To help ensure people have an opportunity to see every side of an issue, there may be the rare occasion when we allow controversial content or behavior which may otherwise violate our rules."
AG Sessions has just left his interview with House intelligence committee re Russia. His meeting with panel lasted almost 4 hours.
U.S. military indefinitely delays ban on cluster bombs
Florida-based credit firm left 111GB of sensitive customer data exposed on AWS server
Russia mulls blocking U.S. media from Moscow after Kremlin-funded RT credentials withdrawn
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Tartu —NATO's largest annual cyber exercise is underway. #CyberCoalition17 brings together 25 Allies and 3 partners to strengthen NATO's cyber defense capabilities
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Ukrainian Falcons Flame hackers defaced militants "mil lnr" info website
J&K: Mobile internet services snapped in Budgam district where an encounter is underway
Facebook suspends ability to target ads by excluding racial groups
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New Islamic State "Flames of War II" propaganda video charts Western attacks, offers no proof to back Las Vegas claim. Highlights Wilyat Sinai as part of eventual Islamic apocalypse. Concludes in same fashion as Flames of War I - North American jihadi ordering prisoners to dig own graves
Israeli Channel 10: Israeli members of Knesset who traveled to Russia for security-related meetings this week were required to leave their cellphones in Israel and barred from entering their emails or any passwords into Russian computers.
Coinbase Goes Offline As Bitcoin Crashes Back Below $10,000
American Airlines says computer glitch allowed all pilots to take vacation over Christmas week. Now union says thousands of flights are in jeopardy of cancellation. Americans says they're offering 1.5x pay for pilots to fill in and expect to resolve the issue.
Uber has confirmed its data breach in October 2016 affected approximately 2.7 million user accounts in the UK - data protection regulator
UK First Secretary of State and Minister for Cabinet Office Green on Russian fake news: We do the National Cyber Security Centre. Some of that work has to remain private, but it is being worked on
Over 700 experts taking part in Tartu-led NATO cyber defense exercise
Yahoo hack: Baratov plead guilty to 8 counts including conspiracy to commit computer fraud and abuse and aggravated identity theft.
Karim Baratov, 22, pleads guilty to charges that he worked for Russian intelligence as part of the 2013 Yahoo hack as part of new a plea agreement with US prosecutors. The hack impacted 500 million accounts.
Washington state attorney general sues Uber after data breach