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Hacking attacks on power grids, telecom networks, or governments can paralyze entire societies. That makes them a powerful military weapon, as the war in Ukraine demonstrates. How can countries protect themselves?
15 Nov 2021
Hackers breached a Federal Bureau of Investigation email system and sent thousands of fake messages, according to the US law enforcement agency. The FBI said it has shut down the server.
27 Oct 2021
The Russian-based hacking group behind the so-called SolarWinds cyberattacks has targeted more US-based computer systems. US tech giant Microsoft said it had documented a flurry of activity over the summer.
12 Sep 2021
As the SPD pulls ahead in the polls, leader Olaf Scholz was keen to flex his foreign policy muscles. He stressed the need for strong partnership with France to tackle the coronavirus pandemic and the climate crisis.
21 Jul 2021
White House Press Secretary Jen Psaki says the United States holds China's Ministry of State Security responsible for "malicious cyber activities" and reserves the option "to take additional actions" in response.
16 Jun 2021
President Vladimir Putin dismisses accusations that Russia was behind cyberattacks against the United States in an interview with NBC broadcast ahead of his summit with President Joe Biden.
5 Jun 2021
Washington has blamed a Russian hacking group over a ransomware attack that crippled meat processing giant JBS. Joe Biden is set to raise the issue with Vladimir Putin at an upcoming summit.
22 Dec 2020
Joe Biden will hit back at Russia with more than "just sanctions," for its suspected role in recent cyberattacks, his chief of staff said. A bipartisan group of lawmakers has called for a "strong response" by the US.
5 Apr 2020
This week, the Tech 24 team brings you the very first edition of the show from home, this as France continues to be on strict lockdown in the wake of the Covid-19 pandemic.
5 Jan 2019
The data breach that affected lawmakers from across Germany's spectrum was the latest in a string of prominent cyberattacks around the world. DW takes a look at six others that have made headlines.
30 Dec 2016
Russian President Vladimir Putin decided against a tit-for-tat retaliation for outgoing President Barack Obama’s expulsion of 35 Russian diplomats from the U.S. over cyberattacks allegedly backed by the Kremlin and aimed at interfering with the 2016 election campaign.