Bradley Manning was found guilty on multiple charges of espionage, theft, computer fraud, violating a lawful general regulation and one charge of wanton publication of intelligence on the internet but not of aiding the enemy. He's now facing a lifetime behind bars. Let us know what you think about it in our poll.
Security researchers at Mandiant have published a lengthy report, which appears to track a notorious hacking gang right to the door of a building belonging to the People's Liberation Army of China.
A group claiming to be from Iran has claimed responsibility for a hack of the international Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) in an effort to expose what the group says is an Israeli nuclear weapons program.
The US House of Representatives Intelligence Committee will issue a report Monday that recommends that Chinese firms Huawei and ZTE should be barred from the American market because their products could be used to undermine domestic cyber security.
A keen-eyed Naked Security reader alerted us to an interesting-sounding story about a USB-fuelled espionage attempt.
(For those who prefer us to write about security successes, not about failures, this one's for you!)
One company lost £800m as a result of hostile state cyber attack, says British Security Service chief.
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.
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?