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.
The NSA now officially has a new chief
Gen. Paul Nakasone, an experienced military leader with a unique background in cyber-operations and intelligence gathering, will be the next person to take on the "dual hat" role atop the National Security Agency and U.S. Cyber Command.
Trump sends cyberwar strategy to Congress
The document outlines how the Trump administration will tackle some of the field’s most vexing issues – including launching hacking operations and deterring adversaries.