Senate Democrats push feds to stand up disinformation 'response center' ordered in NDAA
After the 2016 election, the FBI set up a task force on foreign influence. But senators said more needs to be done.
California university pays $1 million ransom amid coronavirus research
Security staffers detected an attack on June 1.
How COVID-19 changed Cyber Command's 'Cyber Flag' exercise
Even the military's hackers have to work from home.
Hackers are still running coronavirus-related campaigns, CrowdStrike warns
Hackers working for China, Russia, Iran, North Korea, Pakistan, and India, as well as hacktivists and criminals, are still using COVID-19 themed lures.
Securing voter registration databases takes on added importance in pandemic, DHS official says
The greater amount of absentee voting and mail-in ballots “shifts the risk towards voter registration data security,” senior DHS official Matt Masterson said Wednesday.
US cyber officials try to channel Liam Neeson in responding to coronavirus threats
'Project Taken' tries to protect U.S critical infrastructure in the COVID-19 era.