Beijing dismisses claims of being behind a major cyber-attack on the Australian government, and says both China and the U.S. have “frank and constructive” attitudes on the issue of cyber security.
British Finance Minister George Osborne says Islamic State militants trying to plot potentially deadly cyber attacks.
A cybersecurity survey shows 88 percent of global organisations don’t believe their information defences fully meet their needs, although many still aren’t willing to spend the money needed to improve them.
The United States and Britain will test later this month how its regulators would respond if their financial sectors suffered a major cyber-attack or broader IT problems.
Shares in the British broadband provider TalkTalk slide 9 percent as it grapples with the effects of a cyber attack on the company, hiring BAE Systems to investigate.
TalkTalk CEO Dido Harding is interviewed after her mobile phone and Internet company revealed it was breached by Internet hackers. A TalkTalk customer, Rachel Acton, of Boston, England, says she is worried that her identity may have been stolen.
(CBC) – At least two suicides may be connected to the hacking of the Ashley Madison cheating website that exposed the information of clients, and its parent company is offering a C$500,000 ($379,132) reward to catch the hackers, Toronto police said on Monday.
(R Reports) – The United States and China on Wednesday (June 24) said they would develop a code of conduct for state behavior in cyberspace.
(REUTERS) – If you work in Washington and had an affair or smoked a joint, you might be exposed.
The Associated Press is reporting on a new hack attack on the U.S. Office of Personnel Management.
Iran (Next Media) – Kaspersky Lab say they have uncovered a sophisticated malware infection in venues that hosted high-level discussions surrounding Iran’s nuclear programme.