Feds charge California man for 2018 DDoS attacks on congressional campaign
Arthur Dam is accused of temporarily disrupting a 2018 primary won by Katie Hill.
Russia is planning to interfere in 2020 presidential election
The intelligence community's warning on Capitol Hill confirms what many intelligence officials have long feared: Russia was going to come back for 2020.
Pentagon's tech agency reveals potential breach involving personal data
There have been multiple publicly reported breaches of Pentagon contractors in the last year.
In rare move, State Department calls out Russia for attacks on Georgia last year
Thursday's announcement was the first time the U.S. government connected the GRU to the hacking group known as Sandworm.
DHS’s cyber wing responds to ransomware attack on pipeline operator
The incident serves as a warning for industrial companies of the ways that ransomware can impact operations.
Joshua Schulte's defense asks for a mistrial in the Vault 7 case
Former co-workers gave Schulte the nickname "nuclear option" at the CIA because of his propensity to explode.
Reality Winner seeks clemency for leaking NSA report on Russian hacking attempts
Winner was sentenced in 2018 after she allegedly mailed classified information from the NSA.
Joshua Schulte's attorneys are trying to call Mike Pompeo in the Vault 7 trial
As CIA Director at the time of the leak, Pompeo would have overseen the investigation into how the Vault 7 files became public.
Mobile phishing scam hits customers at big North American banks
Customers at big banks like Chase, the Royal Bank of Canada, and London-based HSBC are among the targets, researchers said.
Energy Department shakes up cyber leadership with appointment of ex-NSA official
Gates replaces Karen Evans, who was sworn in in September 2018.