Justice Department faces different threat profile because of its investigative work, CISO says
The Justice Department faces a different combination of hacking threats from criminals and foreign governments than other federal organizations, Nickolous Ward said.
Justice official: U.S. private and public sectors face the same Chinese spying tactics
Intelligence agencies, companies and research institutes in China are coordinating deeply in scoping targets to pinpoint the data they want, says Assistant Attorney General John Demers.
Army Cyber Command brings in outside help to fight insider threats
Two companies announced Thursday a $6.5 million contract award to help the United States Army Cyber Command shore up counterintelligence efforts.
Amid ongoing geopolitical tension, researchers find Pakistan-linked hacking aimed at India
As well-crafted hacking tools become more ubiquitous, long simmering rivalries between developing nations take on a new dimension: cyber espionage runs rampant.
Top U.S. intelligence official: Media is wrong about low morale
The issue of sinking morale within the U.S. intelligence community is a myth fabricated by the media, says a top U.S. intelligence official.