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DOJ drops massive report on its efforts to protect U.S. from cyberattacks
The 156-page document details the DOJ's work regarding election interference, attacks against critical infrastructure, industry and government, and the spread of propaganda on the internet.
DOJ regrets the error on OPM-linked fraud case
DOJ as apologized for confusion over its announcement last month that a fraudster used information stolen in the infamous 2015 OPM data breach.
DOJ Cyber Task Force expected to release first-ever report in late July
The report is expected to detail a series of security recommendations that the government should consider to protect future U.S. elections from a myriad of different threats, including foreign hacking attempts.
Marcus Hutchins faces new charges of developing malware and lying to FBI
Citing legal costs rising above $100,000, Hutchins solicited donations from supporters.
Former DIA official allegedly sold secrets to China, including possible Cyber Command information
Ron Rockwell Hansen was caught providing secret military documents to the Chinese government, including what appears to be sensitive information about U.S. Cyber Command outposts, according to a newly unsealed Justice Department indictment.
Accused Romanian hackers and financial fraudsters extradited to U.S.
The Justice Department's announcement on the extradition characterize the tactics as "vishing" and "smishing" -- phishing by voice and text messages respectively.