At DEF CON’s aviation village, the military is interested in more than just the hacks
The Defense Digital Service's newly minted chief, Brett Goldstein, tells CyberScoop his team intends to use the DEFCON aviation village as a way to attract recruits to hack the Pentagon.
'Machete' cyber-espionage group goes after military in Venezuela
The group, dubbed "Machete by ESET, has been known to hit many Latin American countries.
Cisco will pay $8.6 million to settle claims it sold US flawed surveillance software
The Department of Homeland Security and four branches of the U.S. military had purchased the affected software.
A Russian military contractor has a shady new Android malware kit
Discovered last year, the surveillance tool is still in active use, according to Lookout.
Trump's Pentagon pick 'confident' in 2020 election security
Mark Esper told the Senate Armed Services Committee that the 2020 contests will be "unfettered" by foreign actors, but the military and intelligence agencies will "always will have a lot of work to do" to secure elections.
Congressional pressure builds for White House to share classified cyber authorizations
The House voted in favor of ordering the Trump administration to release the classified memorandum that made it easier for the Pentagon to run offense cyber-operations against U.S. adversaries.