‘There is zero information and 100 percent speculation. We don’t know if it was infected at all, it’s simply suspicions ... or Bezos’ paranoia and fear,’ says Israeli security expert
Saudi officials dismiss the allegations as absurd ■ NSO denies claims: 'We can say unequivocally that our technology was not used'
U.S. Department of Defense ordered personnel to delete the app from government smartphones, while Israeli cyber security firm says TikTok has 'vulnerabilities'
Acqui-hiring has been common in Israel for a long time, and some say the practice is increasing
Court dismisses calls by cyber-surveillance firm to have lawsuit thrown out, but orders proceedings to happen behind closed doors
Israel's Defense Ministry petitioned the Tel Aviv court to dismiss or restrict reporting on the lawsuit against the cyber attack company on national security grounds
The Austrian government reported the attack late on Saturday, noting other European countries have also been targeted for similar attacks in the past
Popular Messaging App Is UAE Spy Tool, Developed by Firm Employing ex-NSA and Israeli Intel Officers
ToTok, developed by firm that lures ex-Israeli intel officers with huge salaries, is used by UAE government to keep track of its users
Guardian report on purported use of NSO Group's software comes after speculation that India may be utilizing it to spy domestically
Announcement comes days after Tehran said a 'massive' attack had targeted country's electronic infrastructure
In September, Iran reviewed preparedness for cyberattacks, following media reports of Washington weighing possible attack on Tehran
Hong Kong-based Hutchison Water hopes to build largest of its kind desalinization plant near an airbase and the Soreq Nuclear Research Center
Files passed to Israeli law enforcement and obtained by Haaretz show how Aleksey Burkov's associates struck plea deals with U.S. authorities to hand over partners in cybercrime schemes
Aleksey Burkov tells Haaretz he would like to see Israel accepting a Russian proposal for a prisoner swap deal between him and an Israeli woman jailed in Russia on drug charges
Facebook is seeking to have NSO barred from accessing or attempting to access WhatsApp and Facebook’s services after hacking spree that targeted journalists, diplomats, activists and others
Group allegedly masqueraded as Iranian hackers in attacks on dozens of countries ■ Operation most active in Mideast but also targeted U.K.
Haaretz Exclusive No Kremlin Link Found to Russian Hacker Awaiting Extradition in Israel, Lead Investigator Says
Aleksey Burkov was one of the world's 100 leading hackers, but he did it only for the money, Secret Service special agent says
Probe finds DarkMatter works for UAE’s intelligence agency attacking Western targets, journalists and human rights activists, with graduates of Israel's Defense Forces earning up to $1 million annually
He sat in prison undisturbed for years. But now, his fate has been tied to a woman he never met: Naama Issachar, the Israeli imprisoned by Russia for smuggling hashish
In excerpt from new book, New Yorker writer says Israeli private intelligence agency was misled by the Hollywood producer when he hired the firm
Once an offshoot of cybersecurity, privacy tech has come into its own in recent years as regulations get tougher and users demand protection
Millions across the world could not access Wikipedia over the weekend in what some say was the first successful cyber attack against the online encyclopedia
Industry specialists say change makes speedier approval process possible for sale of cyber weapons, which some groups say are used to spy and crush dissent
Cybereason raised $200 million from Japan’s SoftBank: 'We’re a unicorn with wings'
Anne Neuberger, who helped establish the U.S. Cyber Command, has worked for American intelligence agency for the past decade
The U.S., China and Russia are honing their cyber warfare skills in anticipation of how the next conflict will be fought
Deal by controversial cyberspying technology maker revealed in governmental report
While major Israeli corporations have taken measures to protect themselves, those in the civilian business sector have yet to consider such cautions
The head of Serpentine art galleries had shares in a private equity fund that has been accused of working on behalf of anti-democratic regimes and is the controlling shareholder in NSO, the Guardian reports
Haifa-based Sabra Intelligence Solutions uses the talents of ex-spies to extricate them