Cyber Adversaries

Russia Launched Cyber Attacks Against Ukraine Before Ship Seizures, Firm Says

Researchers claim to have uncovered Russian cyber attacks aimed at the Ukrainian military and government before and during the Sea of Azov captures.

Lawmaker Calls for Shifting Defense Funds to Combat Cyber Threats

The Defense Department would get more bang for its buck with digital tools than “20th-century” weapons, Sen. Mark Warner said.

The U.S. Just Declared War on the Chinese Company It Loves to Hate Most

Huawei has largely been shut out of the U.S. since 2012.

Kaspersky Loses Appeal Against Congressional Ban

It’s official: Kaspersky can’t do business with the federal government.

Pentagon Travel Record Breach Highlights Impact of Hacker Dwell Time

The more data an organization has, the more places hackers have to hide for days, weeks or sometimes years.

Google Employees Stand With Amnesty International In Condemning Google

The tech company is moving forward with its plans to create a censored search engine in China

The U.S. Could Regulate AI in the Name of National Security

These regulations would be target a big name in AI: China

NIST Experiments with Critical Infrastructure Protections

Over in the IT world, this is fairly basic stuff, though it has rarely been tried for operation technology.

National Science Foundation Seeks Feedback on Major Cyber Research Priorities Update

The previous version of the plan focused on incentivizing private sector research and expanding diversity in the cyber workforce.

How Estonia Secures Its Electronic Elections From Kremlin Attacks

Could innovations like a volunteer infosec corps and 'data embassies' help the U.S.?

DHS Cyber Unit Fields False Alarms But No Hacks on Election Day

Incidents flagged as potential attacks turned out to be malfunctions or accidents, according to Homeland Security officials.