Industroyer malware trialed in attack on Ukrainian power grid in 2016
Seventy government, infrastructure and scientific research establishments all compromised
Digital certificate signed in February used in Kaspersky malware to sniff network traffic
Microsoft fixes long-standing flaw in Windows that enabled Stuxnet worm in its latest Patch Tuesday - but problems emerge with new security patch
Even the most sophisticated of cyber attacks invariably start with a banal email and a simple attachment or URL. But how should organisations start to protect themselves against such attacks?
Stuxnet-style malware 'developed by Western intelligence agency' uncovered in Russia and Saudi Arabia
Symantec warns that many components of Regin probably 'remain undiscovered' and that 'additional functionality and versions may exist'
Kaspersky uncovered cyber espionage tool which targeted governments for seven years
The systems controlling our nuclear facilities could be 20 years old and unpatched. What could possibly go wrong? John Leonard and Danny Palmer investigate
The 'scramble for Africa' indirectly led to the First World War. Will the 'scramble for the internet' provoke the Third World War?
But hacktivists are more bark than bite says Ben-Itzhak
Stealth-spread Trojan launched in September targets Lebanese banks - and PayPal
'Espionage' virus starts to reveal its secrets
Republicans accuse White House of using malware leaks to bolster President's image
Complex malware 'developed by a government agency' said to be undetectable by anti-virus and anti-malware programmes
Department of Homeland Security wonders if publishing its analysis on Stuxnet was so smart after all...
Last year's Stuxnet attack on an Iranian nuclear power facility has alerted electricity suppliers to the security vulnerabilities in their networks
Pentagon has arsenal of digital nasties for launching Stuxnet-style attacks
Security researchers pull plug on presentation amid fears its contents were too dangerous to be shared
Industrial control systems revealed to be even less secure than thought, provoking fears of a new Stuxnet-style attack
Intelligence agency will expand its role to protect nationally important private networks from cyber attack
Is it just a matter of time before a major company is brought down?
Should we hack the hackers?