Microsoft, DOJ Face Tough Questions Over Overseas Data Warrants at Supreme Court

The government and the tech firm disagree over whether warrants under a 1986 law can reach emails stored overseas.

Supreme Court Could Limit Law Enforcement’s Reach in the Cloud

The high court will have to decide whether a 1980s law allows warrants for emails U.S. companies store abroad.

The FBI Wants Commercial Cloud

The FBI is asking industry for ideas regarding the adoption of cloud computing.

Justice Launches Cyber Task Force

The task force will examine cyber efforts to undermine elections and critical infrastructure.

The Annual Cost of U.S. Cybercrime Could Top $100 Billion

Companies aren’t properly incentivized to protect their networks and we’re all paying the price, the Council of Economic Advisers concludes.

No Easy Answers, Just More Questions in Major Encryption Report

Any change to encryption policy will require a tradeoff between individual security and national security, a report from the National Academies concludes.

Two Charged With Jackpotting Theft

The Justice Department announced charges against two for making a Connecticut ATM spit out cash.

Rosenstein's ‘Responsible Encryption’ Proposal is Nonsensical, Privacy Expert Says

Companies could build backdoor access into products, but it leaves users vulnerable.

How Fake Data Can Help the Pentagon Track Rogue Weapons

The Air Force Research Laboratory bought software that trains machine-learning tools to spot groups amassing biological, nuclear and chemical weapons.

The FBI Is Disrupting 10X Fewer Cyber Crime Rings Than In 2015

The bureau missed its own goals for disruptions and dismantlements the past two years.

Government Isn't Sharing Cyber Threats As Promised, Private Sector Says

Classification regimes make it difficult for cyber firms to share threat information with clients and aid adversaries, industry officials say.