Sep 2016: Cyber security blog “SecurityAffairs.co” discuses the Cyber Hunt Operation “Hunting Libyan Scorpions” conducted by Cyberkov SIRT team.

 

Sep 2016: The Libyan Prime Minister website discuses the Cyber Hunt Operation “Hunting Libyan Scorpions” conducted by Cyberkov SIRT team and called it “The biggest spying operation targeting Libyan politicians”

 

Sep 2016: Cyberkov CEO Mr. Abdullah AlAli discussing the Cyber Hunt Operation “Hunting Libyan Scorpions” conducted by Cyberkov SIRT team on Libyan TV to explain the operation details.

 

May 2016: Cyberkov CEO Mr. Abdullah AlAli discussing the hack of QNB Bank with Adam Schreck of Associated Press (AP) News Network.

 

April 2016: Cyberkov CEO Mr.Abdullah AlAli interviewed on Al-Jazeera TV with  the U.S. Policy Manager  Ms. Amie Stepanovich regarding the new WhatsApp end-to-end encryption and its affect on the users and government.

 

Febuaruy 2016: Cyberkov CEO Mr.Abdullah AlAli interview on Al-Jazeera TV (AJArabic Channel) discussing the underground world of bank hacking and credit card theft

 

Febuaruy 2016: Cyberkov CEO Mr.Abdullah AlAli interview on Al-Jazeera TV (AJArabic Channel) about the Twitter policy and the suspension of 125000 ISIS twitter accounts.

 

January 2016: Cyberkov CEO Mr. Abdullah AlAli talks to The Christian Science Monitor about the repercussions of the Saudi Iranian conflict in cyberspace.

 

January 2016: Cyberkov CEO Mr. Abdullah Al Ali interviewed on Al-Jazeera TV (AJArabic Channel) to talk about the importance of encryption to protect online users.

 

December 2015: Max Metzegr of SC Magazine interviews CEO Abdullah Al-Ali and dives into the details of the Cyberkov journalists security manual, why it is very useful for people working in the journalism field, and how the guide was received by the international media.

 

December 2015: CNBC briefly touches on the Cyberkov journalism cyber security manual, its original intended audience, and the controversy that spurred around it.

 

November 2015: RT Arabic features Cyberkov’s recommendation for BlackPhone and CryptoPhone devices, and slightly mentions Cyberkov’s journalist security manual.

 

November 2015: The Telegraph mentions the Cyberkov journalism cyber security manual, its privacy-related content, and the circumstances in which the manual received its fame.

 

November 2015: CEO Abdullah Al-Ali is interviewed by BuzzFeed’s Sheera Frenkel regarding Cyberkov’s security manual for journalists. Al-Ali tells Frenkel the origins of the manual, and debunks the misconceptions floating around it.

 

November 2015: CEO Abdullah Al-Ali provides commentary and insight for Kate Knibbs of Gizmodo regarding Cyberkov’s journalist security manual, its intended purpose and the confusion surrounding it.

 

November 2015: Cyberkov CEO Abdullah Al-Ali discusses with Riccardo Meggiato of WIRED Italy the details of Cyberkov’s journalist security guide and how it was allegedly spread over the internet by other entities.

 

November 2015: CEO Abdullah Al-Ali discusses with CNN Money the security of BlackPhone and CryptoPhone devices, as well as a brief explanation about Cyberkov’s security manual for Journalists.

 

November 2015: WIRED released an erroneous report regarding Cyberkov’s security manual for journalists; attributing it by mistake to militant groups due to error by the Combating Terrorism Center at West Point. WIRED has since fixed the article and added Cyberkov’s view point.

 

November 2015: Chinese New Tang Dynasty Television NTDTV features Cyberkov in its news broadcast and article, discussing Cyberkov’s security manual for journalists, its reason for creation, the recommended apps and devices included in it, and emphasizes on Cyberkov’s warnings against using Line, WhatsApp and Facebook.

 

November 2015: DeepApple of Russia featured Cyberkov’s security manual for journalists and discusses its content such as the recommended apps.

 

November 2015: TechDirt explains the confusion about Cyberkov’s security guide for journalists, referencing BuzzFeed and quoting CEO Abdullah Al-Ali’s statement to BuzzFeed.

 

November 2015: TechTimes briefly explained the origins and some of the content of the Cyberkov security guide for journalists.

 

November 2015: Knack magazine from Belgium featured Cyberkov’s security manual for journalists and discusses its content such as the recommended apps and networks, as well as the discouraged and insecure applications.

 

November 2015: International Business Times (IBT) covered Cyberkov’s security manual for journalists and briefly over-viewed its content and recommendations.

 

November 2015: CNN Arabic features Cyberkov’s recommendation for BlackPhone and CryptoPhone devices, and slightly mentions Cyberkov’s journalist security manual.

 

November 2015: CNN Philippines briefly covered Cyberkov’s journalist security manual and the recommendations for the mobile device brands BlackPhone and CryptoPhone.

 

November 2015: CNN Expansion provides coverage of Cyberkov’s journalism security manual in Spanish. The article discusses the original article, some of its content and the media frenzy about the article’s circumstances.

 

November 2015: Unwire technology website in Hong Kong reported Cyberkov’s security manual for journalists, the controversy spurred by its misunderstanding, and covered Cyberkov’s original manual and official statement.

 

November 2015: Tecmundo covers Cyberkov’s security manual for journalists, and lists some of Cyberkov’s recommendations and warnings regarding applications used for communication.

 

November 2015: Chinese TechNews website quotes Abdullah Al-Ali, Cyberkov CEO, regarding the media confusion and misunderstanding in attributing Cyberkov’s original security manual for journalists.

 

November 2015: Chris Smith from BGR reported the confusion regarding Cyberkov’s security manual for journalists and quoted Cyberkov CEO’s response to BuzzFeed regarding the controversy.

 

November 2015: InfoWars reported the media’s mistake in falsely attributing Cyberkov’s security manual for journalists, and explained its origin and purpose.

 

November 2015: Politico covers Cyberkov’s statement regarding its journalist cyber security manual.

 

November 2015: Czech website Lupa.cz discussed Cyberkov’s security manual for journalists in detail and listed Cyberkov’s recommendations for email, VOIP, geolocation, encryption and secure phone devices.

 

November 2015: TechNews Taiwan covers in detail the Cyberkov journalist security manual, the confusion surrounding it, and the origins and intentions of the article.

 

November 2015: Huffington Post Arabic covers the Cyberkov cyber security manual for journalists and all the confusion and rumors that surrounded it lately.

 

November 2015: Tuan Hung from Diem Bao Vietnamese website reports Cyberkov’s journalism security guide and mentions the guide’s recommendation to use BlackPhone and CryptoPhone devices.

 

November 2015: VietQ.vn Vietnamese website mentions Cyberkov’s journalism security manual and goes through some of its security recommendations.

 

June 2015: Cyberkov CEO Mr. Abdullah Al-Ali discusses with Lorenzo Franceschi-Bicchierai of VICE the connection between the Yemen Cyber Army and Iranian hacking units.

 

June 2015: Cyberkov CEO Mr. Abdullah Al-Ali provides commentary and insight to Washington Post regarding the aftermath and outcome of the Yemen Cyber Army devastating attack on the Saudi Ministry of Foreign Affairs.

 

June 2015: Cyberkov CEO Mr. Abdullah Al-Ali discusses with Sheera Frenkel of BuzzFeed the details and repercussions of the Yemen Cyber Army compromise of the Saudi Ministry of Foreign Affairs.

 

June 2015: The Hill discusses the infamous compromise of the Saudi Ministry of Foreign Affairs, and quotes CEO Abdullah Al-Ali’s commentary about the compromise and its aftermath.

 

January 2015: Parismatch covers the online clashes between hacking groups after the Charlie Hebdo terror attacks, and makes erroneous statements about Cyberkov’s field of work and Red Team.

 

January 2015: Telegram App website features two of Cyberkov Blog’s articles that discuss Telegram and its security features in detail.