FBI loses another cybersecurity expert to private sector
Trent Teyema, FBI's section chief for cyber readiness, is taking a job in the government-focused wing of Parsons Corporation.
FBI launches new 'Combating Foreign Influence' website for political campaigns
FBI director Christopher Wray outlined a larger non-public effort earlier this month.
Do we need a 'cyber 911?' A former FBI cyber agent thinks so.
A former FBI cyber special agent argues that the average person or business needs a quick way to get in touch with authorities to respond to cyberthreats.
How FBI's global reach took down a cybercrime unicorn
The FBI's legal attaché program was crucial to bringing down the alleged FIN7 leaders.
Why did Maria Butina want info on a phished civil rights group?
The Russian national took a keen interest in a D.C.-based organization's cybersecurity vulnerabilities soon after the group was hit by phishing attempts last year.
DOJ drops massive report on its efforts to protect U.S. from cyberattacks
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.