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State to gain more ability to monitor DOD cyber ops under White House agreement

by Suzanne Smalley • 2 months ago

The White House has reached consensus between State and Defense on how to pare back NSPM-13's precedent-setting delegation of authority to the DOD.

Group behind Emotet botnet malware testing new methods to get around Microsoft security

by AJ Vicens • 2 months ago

Recent changes to Microsoft automation capabilities may be forcing cybercrime operators to adapt.

CrowdStrike, Mandiant announce 'strategic partnership'

by Joe Warminsky • 3 months ago

CrowdStrike's Falcon platform will be integrated into Mandiant's services for existing customers. More crossover is planned later this year.

Biden administration is studying whether to scale back Trump-era cyber authorities at DOD

by Suzanne Smalley • 3 months ago

The Biden administration is considering revising the Trump-era policy that gave broad cyber authorities to the Department of Defense and Cyber Command.

US telecommunications company likely targeted by Russian hackers shares details of Feb. 24 attack

by AJ Vicens • 3 months ago

New details suggest the incident was less complicated than initially thought, even as attacks continue.

Cloudflare not fully backing out of Russia, company says, as tech firms are forced to weigh in

by AJ Vicens • 4 months ago

Ukraine's effort to force tech firms out of Russia is turning up mixed results so far.

Inside the numbers of another big year for cyber mergers, acquisitions and investments

by Joe Warminsky • 5 months ago

As budgets for cybersecurity services increase, investors continue to pump money into the industry. And innovation by startups is perpetually drawing attention.

Top Russian official cites REvil arrests as sign of cooperation, says Moscow is awaiting reciprocation

by AJ Vicens • 5 months ago

Cyber cooperation between the two countries could suffer as Ukraine tensions mount.

Cyber experts question Biden's tit-for-tat approach with Russia

by AJ Vicens • 5 months ago

To some, the president's words reflected dated and misguided thinking.

Ransomware isn’t always about gangs making money. Sometimes it’s about nations manufacturing mayhem.

by Tim Starks • 5 months ago

Iran and perhaps China seem to have moved into the game of disruptive ransomware attacks.

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