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Opinion: Why doctrinal arguments continue to stymie effective cyber policies

by James Van de Velde

U.S. cyberspace policymakers view military principles with a dangerous disregard of what it actually takes to make American networks secure.

Cyber experts question Biden's tit-for-tat approach with Russia

by AJ Vicens

To some, the president's words reflected dated and misguided thinking.

Why did Cyber Command back off its recent plans to call out North Korean hacking?

by Shannon Vavra

U.S. Cyber Command was set to post another Lazarus Group-linked malware sample to VirusTotal in September, but ultimately decided against it. Why?

'No more away games': Former Cyber Command official says Russia and China have leveled the playing field

by Greg Otto

Russia and China have figured out how to use cyberattacks to th their best advantage, and it should lead to a culture change in the private sector, Brett Williams says.

Senate to review fusion center plan to deter Russian cyberattacks

by Chris Bing

Members of the Senate Intelligence Committee said they would consider plans offered by a Obama administration official to fight back against Russian aggression in cyberspace.

With trade war looming, Chinese cyberespionage may return

by Chris Bing

With the prospect of a trade war on the horizon, cybersecurity and policy experts say government-backed cyberattacks between China and the U.S. may spike after years of calm.

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