Map. History of Cyberwar conflict

23 November 2017
NY Attorney General investigating Uber data breach
Facebook: "we will soon be creating a portal to enable people on Facebook to learn which of the Internet Research Agency [Russian trolls] Facebook Pages or Instagram accounts they may have liked or followed between January 2015 and August 2017"
Skype no longer available on Apple app store in China after government order
Poroshenko: with ex-mayor of New York Rudy Giuliani discussed countering Russian aggression and cooperation in cybersecurity
Bloomberg: Hackers stole the personal data of 57,000,000 customers and drivers from Uber, a massive breach that the company concealed for more than a year. The company paid hackers $100,000 to delete the data and keep the breach quiet.
Uber paid $100,000 to hackers to delete the information they stole and to keep the data breach quiet - Bloomberg
Uber concealed massive data breach in which personal information of 57 million people was stolen - Bloomberg
Apple removes several apps, including Skype, in China
Roskomnadzor working on retaliation measures against Google in case of unfriendly actions with regard to RT, Sputnik
EU negotiators agreed to end unjustified geoblocking, one of the EU priority files for 2017. Europeans will be able to shop online without being blocked or re-routed
Sputnik reports comments made by Google exec Eric Schmidt, indicating the company is working on algorithms to hide links from Russian government media agencies, including RT.
Sputnik is now in FARA, with very little information listed
E-Security Center detects cyberattack targeting Saudi Arabia using Power Shell software
Research reveals 400k tweets on Scottish independence have links to Russia.
Arab council bans Iran funded satellite channels. says threat to national security
Justice Department is ready to announce charges against at least one Iranian national in connection with the big hack of @HBO disclosed this past summer. Source said expect an announcement in coming days
Twitter suspends verified Pakistan Defense handle for faking Indian picture
WSJ: Russian cybersecurity firm Kaspersky Lab was flagged by U.S. military intelligence as a potential security threat as early as 2004
Facebook, Google and Twitter say they have committed to using new "trust indicators" to help users better vet the reliability of the publications and journalists behind articles that appear in news feeds
‘Military power is no longer enough to deal with today’s challenges,’ says Canada’s Defense Minister @HarjitSajjan #HISF2017
Clapper on CNN: All we knew before intel assessment was number of meetings between Trump campaign and Russians; everything we've learned since only makes those connections worse
Lavrov denied Russian meddling in election in Mexico
"We need to pay a lot of attention to their activities in the cyber domain" @thejointstaff's LtGen McKenzie says of ISIS "their ability to proselytize in a new, very dynamic arena"
China cyber watchdog rejects censorship critics, says internet must be 'orderly'
Ousted Catalan president Carles Puigdemont first guest on Alex Salmond’s RT show
British far-right activist Tommy Robinson has had his blue tick removed under Twitter's revised verification rules
Twitter says "conducting an initial review of verified accounts and will remove verification from accounts whose behavior does not fall within" new guidelines. Move comes after Twitter faced criticism for verifying white nationalist organizer
Twitter removes verification badge for white nationalists Jason Kessler and Richard Spencer, says it will no longer verify accounts which promote hate or incite harassment
Google says it's aware and working on a fix for Google Docs outage. It lasted more than half hour
Twitter has suspended well known alt-right troll Baked Alaska