About: cyber

Technology 20-05-2022

Cyber norms: Germany is not walking the talk

Alexandra Paulus, Fellow for International Cybersecurity Policy with the German think tank Stiftung Neue Verantwortung, explains what cyber norms are, who shapes them and whether Germany is actually practising what it preaches.
Cybersecurity 11-05-2022

No real victory against critical entities in cyberwar, Ukrainian vice-PM says

Russia's military and cyber capabilities were significantly overvalued, according to Mykhailo Fedorov, the vice-prime minister and digital transformation minister of Ukraine, who opened the 2022 Paris Cyber Summit on Wednesday (11 May).
Technology 05-04-2022

German investigators take down servers of Russian darknet site Hydra

German investigators announced on Tuesday (5 April) that they have shut down the servers of Russian-language Hydra Market, allegedly the world's highest-turnover illegal darknet marketplace, seizing cryptocurrency valued at around €23 million.
Technology 31-03-2022

‘Digital sanctions’: How to quickly reduce Russia’s capacity of harm on the internet

Technology companies and regulators in the EU and other western countries have the power to disturb the functioning of the Internet in Russia, and the malicious use of the Internet beyond Russia, without affecting the country’s essential data and infrastructure, nor harming the infrastructure of other countries. These digital sanctions can be implemented quickly, and removed easily when appropriate.
Technology 21-07-2021

France’s Macron targeted in project Pegasus spyware case

The phone of French President Emmanuel Macron was on a list of potential targets for potential surveillance on behalf of Morocco in the Pegasus spyware case, French daily Le Monde reported on Tuesday.
The European Union's cybersecurity resilience has been pushed to the limits of its capacities as an indirect result of the ongoing public health crisis, a new report from the EU's cybersecurity agency ENISA states.
Technology 20-10-2020

EU cyber resilience pushed ‘to limit’ amid Coronavirus, report says

The European Union's cybersecurity resilience has been pushed to the limit of its capacities as an indirect result of the ongoing public health crisis, warned a new report from the EU's cybersecurity agency ENISA, published on Tuesday.
Politics 16-10-2020

Tweets of the Week: EUCO, Cyber Work, Female Clothing

European Council is the same old racked, this Fatima advert just doesn’t hack it, and Finnish PM is shamed over low-cut jacket.
Technology 23-06-2020

Von der Leyen: Chinese cyberattacks on EU hospitals ‘can’t be tolerated’

EU Commission President Ursula von der Leyen has accused China of leading a spate of cyberattacks against hospitals in Europe during the coronavirus outbreak, stressing that the EU will not "tolerate" such malicious activity.
Cybersecurity 06-01-2020

First potential Suleimani revenge attack hits US cyberspace

The US Department of Homeland Security (DHS) is monitoring the hacking of a government website, which may have been conducted in response to the US drone strike that killed Iranian military commander Qassim Suleimani at Baghdad airport on Friday (3 January).