Why the US was so fast to blame Iran for voter intimidation emails in Florida
Sometimes attribution takes years. Not this time.
DOJ efforts to weaken encryption place national security at risk, congressman says
Rep. Ro Khanna has some choice words for politicians interested in weakening encryption.
Justice Department official accuses China of acting as ‘safe haven’ for cybercriminals
It’s an accusation that U.S. government officials and security researchers have more often leveled at Russia.
How US security officials are watching for threats ahead of Election Day
The big show is finally here, and American officials say they are pulling out all the stops to keep it secure.
Why social media disinformation represents such a security threat
Media literacy could be the key to fending off the next generation of information operations.
US charges Russian GRU officers for NotPetya, other major hacks
NotPetya cost a reported $1 billion to a collection of U.S. organizations, officials said.
Twitter updates hacked materials policy following blowup over New York Post story
Twitter won't remove content or block links in certain circumstances going forward.
Facebook, Twitter aim to slow spread of New York Post article amid disinformation concerns
Researchers have advised caution around amplifying materials that appear to be hacked.
Twitter to limit politicians' premature claims of victory, remove calls for violence
It's the latest effort by platforms to deal with a flood of misinformation and disinformation ahead of the election.
Facebook removes fake accounts it linked to Turning Point
The removal comes with just weeks to go before the election.