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DOJ drops massive report on its efforts to protect U.S. from cyberattacks

by Patrick Howell O'Neill • 20 hours ago

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

by Sean Lyngaas • 1 week ago

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

by Chris Bing • 3 weeks ago

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

by Patrick Howell O'Neill • 1 month ago

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

by Chris Bing • 2 months ago

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.

by Patrick Howell O'Neill • 2 months ago

The Justice Department's announcement on the extradition characterize the tactics as "vishing" and "smishing" -- phishing by voice and text messages respectively.

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