Trump calls Putin's plan for investigating 2016 DNC breach an 'incredible offer'
In a stunning exchange Monday during a press conference between U.S. President Donald Trump and Russian President Vladimir Putin, the former KGB agent offered to host a team of American law enforcement officials that are currently investigating foreign meddling in U.S. elections.
Justice Department charges 12 Russian intel officers in hack of DNC
The 12 named intelligence officers are all employees of Russia's Main Intelligence Directorate.
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.
The value in sharing threat intelligence with other organizations
The Assistant Attorney General in DOJ's National Security Division talks about what organizations need to think about when it comes to sharing threat intelligence.
Here comes the next round of encryption legislation
Senate Judiciary Committee staffers have started talking with technology companies on what would be in a bill that tackles the "going dark" problem.
Justice Department seeks dismissal of Kaspersky lawsuit, court documents show
The Justice Department filed motions in district court Monday to dismiss two lawsuits brought by Russian cybersecurity and anti-virus provider Kaspersky, the latest move in a protracted legal battle.