Second act for cybersecurity commissioners: Pritzker, Palmisano, Nadella form nonprofit
Some members and staff of President Obama's Commission on Enhancing National Cybersecurity are seeking to advance the commission's goals through a nonprofit that will provide cyber risk-management best practices for small and medium-sized businesses, according to an announcement.
Tallinn Manual author: Petya malware attack likely war crime
Two prominent international law experts think the recent malware worm, if actually tied to Russia, constitutes a violation of the Geneva convention.
Insurers: Major cyberattack on cloud provider could cost more than huge hurricane
A successful major hacking attack on a global cloud provider could cripple the nascent cyber-insurance market even though only a fraction of the losses would be covered, a new report says.
Despite its hacking prowess, Russia appears to have very messy networks
New data from security vendor Comodo shows that Russia's computer networks are among the most malware-ridden in the world.
Homeland security adviser explains what Trump meant by 'impenetrable Cyber Security unit'
U.S. officials will open a dialogue with their Kremlin counterparts about "rules of the road" in cyberspace, White House homeland security adviser Tom Bossert said.
House funding bill for DHS follows Trump plan to cut research and science offices
The Homeland Security funding bill advancing in the House follows the Trump administration's budget request in imposing severe cuts on the department's Science and Technology Directorate.