A reminder for why government officials really shouldn't use personal email accounts
Agencies like the FBI, Secret Service and NSA have limited visibility into programs that are not developed or somehow customized internally for use by White House staff.
How the Democrats plan to stop hackers from breaching 2018 campaigns
Fresh off the wounds of the 2016 campaign, Democratic political reorganizations are compelling political campaigns to improve their cybersecurity.
Report: Obama admin planted cyber 'bombs' inside Russian infrastructure
The Obama Administration reportedly planned a covert cyber operation as part of their Russian sanctions issued in December 2016 to punish Moscow for interference in the 2016 Presidential election.
Hackers are just doing their patriotic duty, according to Putin
Russian President Vladimir Putin declares that Russia has never hacked another state, but doesn't condemn "patriotic" citizens who might take it upon themselves to do so
How phishing emails sent by Russian hackers produce propaganda
A new research report authored by the Citizen Lab shows that hackers with suspected ties to the Russian government play a vital part in international disinformation campaigns.
Russian hackers targeted Obama's aides as early as 2007, and attempts continue, report says
Russia’s preeminent cyber espionage group, known as APT28 or Fancy Bear, heavily targeted former U.S. President Barack Obama’s staff while they campaigned for office in 2008, according to newly published research by U.S.-based cybersecurity firm Area 1 Security.