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North Korea hasn't stopped launching cyberattacks amid peace talks
As Kim Jong-un speaks publicly about nuclear disarmament, North Korea's hacker army continues to target different businesses across Europe, Asia and the U.S.
DHS wants help to identify, attribute major web outages
The Department of Homeland Security wants help identifying, attributing and combatting major internet disruptions. And it will pay: $12 million to $15 million over three years for half a dozen research projects.
One of two U.S.-Israel cybersecurity cooperation bills signed
H.R. 5877, the U.S.-Israel Advanced Research Partnership Act of 2016 passed the House unanimously last month under suspension and passed the Senate without opposition during a flurry of last minute activity overnight Dec. 9-10.