Possible APT attacks against Ukraine expand to target journalists, researchers say
Previous research into Gamaredon determined that hackers included Russian phrases that, when translated into English, insulted Americans.
Federal cyber chief: Supply chain security against foreign influence needs work
But there aren't a lot of answers on how to do that, Grant Schneider says.
How the Marine Corps thinks about beating adversaries in cyberspace
Renata Spinks says the Marines want their cybersecurity-focused personnel to think like an adversary.
APT groups are exploiting outdated VPNs to spy on international targets, U.K. and U.S. warn
Microsoft warned back in August that suspected Chinese hackers were trying to use VPNs as intelligence-gathering tools.
Cisco will pay $8.6 million to settle claims it sold US flawed surveillance software
The Department of Homeland Security and four branches of the U.S. military had purchased the affected software.
Fortinet settles charges of selling intentionally mislabeled Chinese-made tech to U.S. military
Fortinet acknowledged that an employee altered labels on products to make them appear compliant a law prohibiting federal agencies from acquiring products in specific countries.