GAO: Cyber Command is overspending on data tools
The project is going to cost five times more than what military officials originally estimated.
The governor's office says the NSA isn't involved in the response to Minnesota's protests. But here's how it could be.
Comments by Gov. Tim Walz, combined with activity by the military, created some confusion about role of the Pentagon's foreign signals intelligence agency.
Japan investigates Mitsubishi Electric breach amid national security concerns
Data likely stolen in the hack included specifications of missile prototypes, according to Japanese media.
FBI, DHS to go public with suspected North Korean hacking tools
The report drops on the third anniversary of the WannaCry attack, which the U.S. blamed on North Korea.
Senators want Cyber Command and CISA to do more to deter coronavirus-focused hackers
The senators warn the resilience of the healthcare sector is a matter of life-or-death right now.
Hackers are using coronavirus-themed phishing lures to go after DOD networks
Hackers are targeting defense industrial base companies and their networks in order to move into DOD systems.
Here's the latest info operation to blame the U.S. for coronavirus
This disclosure comes days after U.S. military officials publicly admonished foreign governments for exploiting the pandemic to fan anti-American sentiment.
Pentagon bristles at anti-American rhetoric in foreign coronavirus reports
In addition to comments from Department of Defense officials, the State Department said it has been tracking foreign influence operations tied to COVD-19 since January.
Federal agencies recommend U.S. bar China Telecom over cybersecurity concerns
It's the latest U.S. government effort to turn the screws on Chinese telecommunications firms over national security concerns.