In the opaque world of government hacking, private firms grapple with allegiances
Cybersecurity companies are becoming increasingly capable of burning intelligence collection efforts by governments, But with this new found influence, what responsibilities do they hold?
Trump calls Putin's plan for investigating 2016 DNC breach an 'incredible offer'
In a stunning exchange Monday during a press conference between U.S. President Donald Trump and Russian President Vladimir Putin, the former KGB agent offered to host a team of American law enforcement officials that are currently investigating foreign meddling in U.S. elections.
Russian hackers struck Clinton server hours after Trump called for emails
Friday's indictment does not answer the question of whether the Russians were reacting to Trump's speech. But there is some cursory evidence that they were listening.
Justice Department charges 12 Russian intel officers in hack of DNC
The 12 named intelligence officers are all employees of Russia's Main Intelligence Directorate.
Lawmakers, tech vendors fight over election cybersecurity efforts
Lawmakers ratcheted up the pressure on election technology vendors to be more responsive to federal officials. The companies said they're being as transparent as possible.
Stolen U.S. drone documents found for sale on dark web
Analysts with Recorded Future say the stolen drone documents appear to be legitimate, having come from an enlisted captain that's currently stationed at a Nevada-based U.S. Air Force facility.