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Trump Is Keeping White House Visitor Logs Secret, Unlike Obama

April 14 Transparency advocates have urged the new administration to continue the practice of making those logs public.

Microsoft Outlines Cyber Geneva Convention Proposal

April 14 The company is also promoting an international nonpolitical body for cyber attribution.

CIA Director Pledges to Ramp Up Digital Defenses Against WikiLeaks, Insider Threats

April 13 Mike Pompeo characterized WikiLeaks and others as anti-democratic celebrity seekers in his first public remarks as director.

Trump's Shifting Surveillance Claims

April 12 His newest argument, that he was talking about Susan Rice and “unmasking,” doesn’t make any more sense than his previous versions.

US Army Exploring ‘Devastating’ New Weapon For Use In War with Russia

April 12 The Kinetic Energy Projectile would be a tungsten warhead that moves at three times the speed of sound, destroying anything in its path.

The Steady Rise of Digital Border Searches

April 12 At the current rate, customs agents are on track to increase inspections of travelers’ electronic devices by a third this year.

If You Only Work on Your Malware on Weekdays, You Might Be a CIA Hacker

April 11 That malware had infected at least 40 targets in 16 countries since 2011.

The Sarin Gas Attack In Syria Ignited an Information Battle

April 8 Victims quickly took to social media to distribute evidence of the use of chemical weapons.

Cyber Watchers Fear Hackers Could Hold Government, Infrastructure Hostage

April 7 Criminal hackers could hijack the digital controls of a chemical plant or dam and threaten massive damage unless they’re paid $100 beeellion.

DHS Achieves an Acquisition First for the Agency

April 7 The department's acquisition programs have struggled for years, but there are signs of a turnaround.

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