A recent report suggests that the devastating cyber attack that wiped out thousands of computers belonging to Saudi Arabia's national oil company was the work of a lone hacker - days after the US Secretary of Defense cited it as an example of a state sponsored attack.
What do we really know?
FoxNews leads today with a story entitled "Washington confirms Chinese hack attack on White House computer."
It sounds very dramatic, but which computer? What attack? Where in China? Find out the story behind the story.
We are getting more comfortable associating war terminology to cyber attacks. While it makes for engaging rhetoric, some people are starting to suggest that it is counterproductive.
One company lost £800m as a result of hostile state cyber attack, says British Security Service chief.
Is "cyberwar" really upon us? Is a "digital Pearl Harbour" imminent? And is an international agreement on "cyberarms" a plausible solution?
Reports have emerged suggesting a new piece of malware derived from Stuxnet has been reused to perform information gathering. Find out what we know and the links to the infamous Stuxnet worm.
The New York Times reported today that US military officials considered using cyber weapons to aid in the attacks on Libya earlier this year. Officials allegedly reconsidered concerned about setting a dangerous precedent.
Apparently the the only thing stopping countries from using the internet to destroy their enemies is the risk of a military counter-attack.
And terrorists? Well, they just can't get their hands on the right internet tools..
US Deputy Defense Secretary William Lynn is put on the spot.
Did the US write the Stuxnet worm or not?
Sky News just published an article, complete with video, entitled Stuxnet Super Virus 'In Hands Of Bad Guys'. In the article and the video, you will see and hear a variety of startling claims.
All we need now is some genuine evidence.
There has been a lot of hype and speculation in the media over the last few weeks about the Stuxnet virus. I thought it might do us some good to ignore the conjecture and look at the implications of the Read more…
I must start this post by professing that I am a proud American citizen. I am proud of what my country stands for, its accomplishments and what its citizens are capable of when we come together for a common purpose. Read more…
South Korea is reportedly officially launching its cyberwarfare command centre today. The unit, which will be manned by some 200 computer technicians, is designed to counter the threat of Chinese hackers and the much-rumoured North Korean cyberwarfare division, which has Read more…