Israeli official confirms attempted cyberattack on water systems
Was Israel behind a hack on an Iranian port? “Maybe and maybe not,” says Yigal Unna.
'Sandworm' book review: To understand cyberwar, you must understand Ukraine
The new book explains why Ukraine has been linked to almost every major cyberattack and how cyberwarfare's ultimate consquence is the danger to people's lives.
Sen. Warner says hacking, disinformation are the future of war, and urges the U.S. to keep up
Sen. Mark Warner says the world has entered a new phase of nation-state conflict in which cyberwarfare and information warfare are the primary means through which countries assert their power on the world stage.
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.