Cyber Command’s midterm election work included trips to Ukraine, Montenegro, and North Macedonia
The trip to Europe demonstrates how the command supports and learns from allies facing threats from persistent hackers.
Poland calls for NATO, EU action on Huawei technology
The recommendation came after Polish authorities arrested Huawei’s head of sales in Poland, Wang Weijing, and a former Polish intelligence agent on espionage charges.
The reason a recent international cyber-exercise was so unique
The exercise allowed operators inside simulated civilian networks that illustrate the difficulties that dog cyberwarfare operations in real life.
New global cybersecurity center announced at Davos
The World Economic Forum announced plans to launch a new coordinating group to counter emerging cybersecurity threats and help connect leaders from business and government to collaborate on various security issues.
Western allies consider offensive cyberwarfare agreement as Russia launches plan for ‘independent internet’
The agreement, being hammered out by the Denmark, Germany, Norway, Spain, The Netherlands, United Kingdom and United States, may be solidified by 2019.
NATO will establish new cyber command centers
NATO will establish new cyber command centers allowing the transatlantic alliance to incorporate cyber weapons and security across the board in operational planning, NATO Secretary-General Jens Stoltenberg announced on Wednesday.