Congress set to establish White House national cyber director, enact other Solarium Commission recommendations
Congress is also set to hand CISA administrative subpoena powers and direct the executive branch to conduct "continuity of the economy" planning.
Cyber Command deployed personnel to Estonia to protect elections against Russian threat
It was part of a broad effort to secure the 2020 vote from foreign interference.
China aims its influence operations at incoming Biden administration, top intel official says
Meanwhile, some 1,000 researchers affiliated with the Chinese military have left the U.S., according to another official.
Why the Biden administration needs a National Cyber Director more than ever
Coordination on cyber is best served by elevating leadership from a coordinator, codifying the role and responsibilities.
US alert urges think tanks to be on guard for foreign hacking activity
Think tanks are a prime target for espionage.
Researchers suggest 25 countries are using a kind of mobile spyware that monitors texts, location
Circles exploits mobile phone vulnerabilities via a hard-to-detect bit of surveillance, according to Citizen Lab.
Former CISA deputy details ouster, condemns violent threat from Trump campaign
“He’s a small man with a small mind and a bad mustache,” Matt Travis said of Trump campaign lawyer Joe diGenova.
Supreme Court considers scope of federal anti-hacking law in biggest cyber case to date
The court has until it goes on recess next summer to hand down a ruling.
It's hard to keep a big botnet down: TrickBot sputters back toward full health
Microsoft and U.S. Cyber Command made progress against TrickBot, but it doesn't appear to have been lasting.