In January 2020, several European news outlets, including The Daily Telegraph, reported that a famous set of antique jewellery were offered for ransom on the dark web. The diamond studded pieces worth almost a billion dollars were looted from a museum in Dresden in 2019. It was reported that Israeli investigators were offered a few of the pieces as a ransom. The messages on the dark web also claimed that it would be futile to try to identify and locate them. The ransom was also to be paid off in Bitcoin, a digital currency.

Norms for stability in cyberspace

December 10, 2019 09:40 am

CAMBRIDGE – In little more than a generation, the Internet has become a vital substrate for economic, social, and political interactions, and it has unlocked enormous gains. Along with greater interdependence, however, come vulnerability and conflict. Attacks by states and non-state actors have increased, threatening the stability of cyberspace.

Deterrence in cyberspace

June 6, 2019 00:30 am

The key to deterrence in the cyber era is to acknowledge that one size does not fit all

Securing Nepali cyberspace

June 20, 2017 09:39 am

Narayan Koirala is an Information Security Practitioner/Information Systems Auditor, Cofounder/ Director at Eminence Ways. In conversation with My City’s Nasana Bajracharya, Koirala shared bits and pieces of his journey and lessons learnt so far.

Securing cyberspace

November 28, 2016 00:35 am

Nepal has to develop a comprehensive national cyber security strategy if it i s serious about protecting itself from cyber threats