Accused scammer Burkov to plead guilty to 'some' charges after extradition dispute
Israeli officials extradited Burkov to the U.S. in November over protestations fron the Russian government.
Top Secret documents show Cyber Command's growing pains in its mission against ISIS
Newly released documents show U.S. Cyber Command had its struggles in taking down ISIS infrastructure in 2016.
Americans still vulnerable to hack-and-leak tactics, DOJ official says
Russia will "continue to do this in these election contexts, but in these other contexts, too," John Demers said Friday.
Senators to Trump administration: Protect small businesses from Iranian hacking threat
“We are concerned that small businesses may not have the...tools necessary” to implement good security practices, Sens. Rubio and Cardin said.
The NSA discovered a severe flaw in Microsoft Windows 10
It's the first time the NSA is taking credit publicly for discovering a Microsoft vulnerability.
State election officials will get intelligence briefing after Iran tensions
This is not a Russia-only problem,” the U.S. intelligence community's top official for election security said Tuesday.
New senior DHS cyber official aims to deliver better data to threat analysts
Bryan S. Ware, the new top cyber-focused official at DHS, laid out the threat sharing challenge before him.
Amnesty suit asking Israel to revoke NSO Group's license heads to court
The Israeli government previously asked a court to dismiss the suit.
Report: Russian hackers waged broad phishing campaign against company tied to Trump impeachment
Area 1 Security says Burisma has been sent phishing pages by APT28, the same group who hacked the DNC in 2016.
FBI says Iranian hackers have stepped up reconnaissance since Soleimani killing
The FBI warned that Iranian hackers could target cleared defense contractors, government agencies, and non-government organizations focused on Iran issues.