NATO has 3 key roles in cybersecurity: to drive progress across the Alliance; act as a hub for information sharing, training and expertise; and to protect our networks - @jensstoltenberg at Paris conference

Map. History of Cyberwar conflict

21 August 2018
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Committee of British lawmakers says Facebook has not fully answered its questions about data privacy with sufficient detail or evidence
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SBU: Vyshinsky used his journalists to produce materials in support of terrorist organizations of DNR and LNR
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The Moscow City Court today announced that the decision to block Telegram has not yet entered into force
NATO has 3 key roles in cybersecurity: to drive progress across the Alliance; act as a hub for information sharing, training and expertise; and to protect our networks - @jensstoltenberg at Paris conference
In 2016, NATO leaders agreed to the Cyberdefence pledge - as a result, almost every Ally has upgraded their cyber defence. France is leading the way: @jensstoltenberg at Paris conference
Some are using software to wage a soft-war - with very real and potentially deadly consequences: @jensstoltenberg at NATO Cyberdefence pledge conference in Paris
A Russian company accused by Special Counsel Robert Mueller of funding a propaganda operation to interfere in the 2016 U.S. presidential election is asking a federal judge for access to secret information reviewed by a grand jury before it indicted the firm
Dutch government will stop using Kaspersky software
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"Cyber threats are real and evolving," European Commissioner for Security Union @JKingEU said at today's symposium about threats to Germany. He said one of his commission's teams has found 3,000+ cases of organized pro-Kremlin disinformation
Russia counting more on propaganda: NATO official
Possible cyber attack targeting Mexican banks led to large cash withdrawals in recent weeks, central bank says
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MI5 director Parker on Russian disinformation campaign: "bare-faced lying seems to be the default mode, coupled with the ridicule of critics"
A doctored video was watched more than 500,000 times on @facebook and @odnoklassniki ahead of Moldova's local elections on May 20
Protesters being detained by police in central Moscow, Russia, during a protest in support of free internet today3 month ago
Protesters being detained by police in central Moscow, Russia, during a protest in support of free internet today
Full statement from Facebook on mistakenly rolling out page transparency tool early. The tool showed how some pages designed to look American are being run from Serbia, Kosovo, and elsewhere
U.S. 'net neutrality' rules will end around June 10, FCC says; the U.S. Senate is expected to vote on the issue by June 12 - REU
Alt-right websites were registered to the Russia-linked company that hired Michael Cohen
US military wives were threatened by Russian hackers posing as ISIS.
Marat Musin, the founder and the chief of AnnaNews agency has died.3 month ago
Marat Musin, the founder and the chief of AnnaNews agency has died.
Iran's Rouhani criticizes ban on Telegram messaging app
US intel officials have been warning the Russians are coming for Election2018 - @Potus met with senior officials about election security efforts Thursday
Ex-U.N. chief Annan tells Facebook to move faster on hate speech
Bangladesh open to out-of-court settlement over $81 million cyber heist
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Roskomnadzor blocked about 50 VPN-services and anonymizers for access to Telegram
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Malaysia's ex-PM Mahathir under investigation for fakenews.
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Cambridge Analytica, firm at the center of Facebook's privacy debacle, says it's declaring bankruptcy and shutting down.
White House: Ty Cobb, White House lawyer representing Trump in Russia probe, retiring at end of May
Pentagon orders all stores on U.S. military bases worldwide to ban phones and telecom equipment from Chinese companies Huawei and ZTE, following warnings from top U.S. intelligence officials the Chinese companies could be spying on Americans
Pentagon spokesman Maj. @davidweastburn: "Huawei and ZTE devices may pose an unacceptable risk to @DeptofDefense's personnel, information and mission. In light of this information, it was not prudent for the Department's exchanges to continue selling them to DoD personnel"
Irish high court refuses Facebook's request to delay referral to European Court of Justice in data privacy case
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