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.
House's defense bill looks to protect Pentagon's tech supply chain
Chairman Adam Smith’s mark of the National Defense Authorization Act seeks to prevent the DOD from acquiring foreign telecommunications and video surveillance equipment from companies that could pose security risks.
U.S. Cyber Command has shifted its definition of success
The success of Cyber Command can be measured in actions taken by other government agencies, according to a top command official.
As defense bill approaches finish line, future of Chinese company ZTE hangs in the balance
When the House and Senate sit down next week to iron out differences in an annual must-pass defense bill, the fate of Chinese telecom ZTE may be a key wedge issue.
Senator hopes to draw red line discouraging election cyberattacks
On Tuesday, Sen. Mark Warner, D-Va., suggested that the United States formally declare it will respond in cyberspace to foreign interference in American elections.
Judge dismisses Kaspersky lawsuits, U.S. government ban will stand
The judge also waved off Kaspersky's protests about its "right to sell to the government" as "worthless."