How Xi Jinping leveled-up China's hacking teams

China's investments in cybersecurity education set the stage for a new, more prolific era of digital espionage.

commentary news

To win the internet, the Pentagon's info ops need more humanity and a dash of absurdity

by Gavin Wilde

U.S. information operations should dispense with deception and obfuscation and embrace truth as well as the absurdity of meme culture.

Americans should be ready — and watching — for Russian meddling in the midterms and beyond

by Bilyana Lilly

Considering Putin’s threats against the West, it is unlikely Moscow will waive an opportunity to undermine the U.S. during election season.

The quantum computing threat is real. Now we need to act.

by Susan M. Gordon, John Richardson, Mike Rogers

Washington should strive to become the dominant power in quantum information sciences. Otherwise, the U.S. will be dangerously at risk.

The reason to ban TikTok has nothing to do with data security 

by Dakota Cary

The People’s Republic of China has the power to manipulate one of the world’s most popular apps into a massive global propaganda machine. 

Banning TikTok won’t protect Americans’ sensitive data

by Justin Sherman

Banning TikTok because of its Chinese owners leaves policymakers playing a game of whack-a-mole instead of focusing on privacy legislation that matters. 

TwitterFacebookLinkedInRedditGmail