US spy agencies review software suppliers' ties to Russia following SolarWinds hack
The Biden administration is still studying how future spying operations might emulate what the SVR allegedly did.
DHS to hire 200 more cyber pros as Biden administration grapples with hacking threats
It's part of “the most significant hiring initiative” the department has ever undertaken, according to Alejandro Mayorkas.
Intrusion Truth details work of suspected Chinese hackers who are under indictment in US
After a period of inactivity and then a Twitter restriction, the doxxing site is back.
DOD expands vulnerability disclosure program, giving hackers more approved targets
The expansion comes as the DOD eyes broader changes for its Vulnerability Disclosure Program.
UN cybercrime proposal could help autocrats stifle free speech, rights group says
Many cybercrime laws aren't really about cybercrime.
CISA used new subpoena power to contact US companies vulnerable to hacking
It’s an authority the agency has long sought as CISA officials struggled to communicate with some vendors .
Florida homecoming queen faces up to 16 years after alleged scheme to hack high school contest
She and her mother could spend a maximum of 16 years in prison each.
Justice Department launches review of cyber policies after ransomware, supply chain scourges
It's an acknowledgement that, despite indictments and arrests, cyberthreats to U.S. organizations are unrelenting.
NSA warns defense contractors to double check connections in light of Russian hacking
The SolarWinds hacking is looming large.
Suspected Chinese hackers are breaking into nearby military targets
The suspected PLA hackers are back in action.