DOJ looks to improve handling of cyberthreats with new task force
The new task force is expected to deliver a report by the end of June about how DOJ is currently dealing with cyberthreats and how it can improve.
Three men plead guilty for roles in Mirai botnet empire, court documents show
The defendants, Paras Jha, Josiah White and Dalton Norman, were all labeled co-conspirators by the Department of Justice.
How DJI fumbled its bug bounty program and created a PR nightmare
Popular drone maker DJI has bungled its bug bounty program — and a very public spat could have repercussions for the growing freelance industry.
FBI's recruitment strategy for cybersecurity pros starts early, focuses on high school
"What we want to do is get to these kids in high school, get them into STEM programs and then we want to get them into colleges and universities that sponsor Scholarship for Service," a top bureau official said at CyberTalks.
DOJ examines controversial new 'hack back' bill
The years-long "hack back" discussion is finally being debated in Congress. A DOJ official weighed in during CyberTalks.
A top DOJ official is calling for 'responsible' encryption from Silicon Valley
Privacy and security advocates say that making such a compromise would effectively weaken encryption technology writ large because it would require creating an inherent vulnerability in the process.