Intelligence chiefs in The Netherlands said the cyber gang breached an armed forces network but tech firms like ASML were also targets
Insomniac had refused to pay a $2 million ransom and the files included details about the next Wolverine game release
The plan comes amid Beijing’s push to tamp down national security risks and heightened concerns around large-scale data leaks and hacking
One expert has predicted quantum computers might be capable of cracking the encryption that protects most digital communications by 2025
The allies say Pyongyang uses cybercrime profits to gather funds for its nuclear and missile programmes
The warning came on the heels of a Washington briefing which said Chinese state-linked hackers had stolen 60,000 emails from 10 State Department accounts
China's embassy in London said the accusation was "disinformation" and called the US government "the world's biggest hacking empire and global cyber thief"
India accounted for almost half of the world's internet shutdowns last year, while the Russian military also cut online services in Ukraine, internet watchdog group Access Now said
Current cyber security rules, government policies and regulations "are simply not at the level that we need them to be," Prime Minister Anthony Albanese said
Representative Jerrold Nadler, chair of the House judiciary committee, said that "three hostile foreign actors" had attacked the courts' document filing system
The rules will govern how companies and other entities handle large quantities of personal user information, the Cyberspace Administration of China (CAC) said
"The Chinese government is set on stealing your technology — whatever it is that makes your industry tick—and using it to undercut your business and dominate your market," says the FBI.