Elizabeth Warren wants to overhaul U.S. election security
Sen. Elizabeth Warren, who is running for president in 2020, wants to replace outdated voting systems with voter-verified paper ballot machines, mandate voting equipment be paid for by the federal government, and require risk-limiting audits before elections take place.
PPD-20 successor has yielded ‘operational success,’ Federal CISO says
The new structure “gives more authority to the people who need to actually make those decisions," Grant Schneider said.
NSA’s Joyce outlines how U.S. can disrupt and deter foreign hacking
“We have to impose costs in a visible way to start deterrence,” the NSA's Rob Joyce told an industry association.
U.S. announces disruption of ‘Joanap’ botnet linked with North Korea
Joanap's disruption comes after U.S. charges against a North Korean linked with the Sony Pictures hack.
Rep. Langevin: We need a DHS briefing to understand extent of DNS hijacking threat
“We need to understand the scope of this action and how many agencies were actually affected,” Rep. Jim Langevin, D-R.I., told CyberScoop.
National intelligence strategy seeks better insight into adversaries’ cyber-capabilities
The stakes are high; America’s spies must keep pace with growing list of hacking capabilities at adversaries’ disposal.