Biden says 'shooting war' could break out with foreign heavyweights over cyberattacks
The saber-rattling comes amid ongoing fallout from hacks that originated in Russia.
Pentagon office left military designs for body armor, vehicle gear open to hackers, watchdog finds
The vulnerabilities could have allowed adversaries to understand technology produced for the battlefield.
Hacker who sent information on US personnel to Islamic State is freed by judge
Ardit Ferizi, a citizen of Kosovo, was arrested in 2015 at age 19.
Military leaders on partnerships that drive modernization strategies
In a panel discussion, IT leaders from the U.S. Army, Air Force and Coast Guard share how industry partnerships are helping them speed cloud delivery during the pandemic.
For North Korea, phishing with fake job-recruitment emails never gets old
This time, the spies were trying to get access to European defense firms, McAfee says.
How COVID-19 changed Cyber Command's 'Cyber Flag' exercise
Even the military's hackers have to work from home.