U.S. Cyber Command knows its weapons may one day be used by its targets
The idea that adversaries might reverse engineer NSA exploits is one that military leaders deal with every day. So what's being done to prevent it from happening?
DNS hacks are attacks on critical infrastructure, senior U.S. diplomat says
Amb. Robert Strayer said if the recent spate of DNS hijackings are nation-state-baseds, they are no different than any other attacks on critical infrastructure.
Sen. Warner calls for a ‘whole-of-society’ U.S. cyber doctrine
The Senate Intelligence Committee's top Democrat urged the U.S. to heed the lessons of Russia's intervention in the 2016 election.
How cyberwarfare is playing into Yemen's civil war
As the Yemeni conflict gains greater attention in Washington, new research highlights how cyber operations have become intrinsic to kinetic wars.
As the military's cyber units change guard, a battle over control rages on
During a time of rapid change for the U.S.' top cyber warfare teams, a current version of the 2019 defense bill challenges the President's authority over them.
Trump administration may throw out the approval process for cyberwarfare
The White House is looking to rescind PPD-20, a memorandum that helps guide the use of government-backed hacking operations.