Report: Kaspersky Lab to open new data center in Switzerland to curb espionage suspicions
It's not clear whether the Kremlin will accept the Moscow-based company's decision to build the facility outside Russia.
Spending bill will offer $380M for election cybersecurity improvements
The Omnibus spending bill that's set to be released at noon today will bring about $380 million worth of new spending for a novel Election Administration Commission (EAC) fund that is designed to help local election officials upgrade their systems, a senior U.S. official has told CyberScoop.
Chinese hacking group resurfaces to spy on U.S. maritime firms
Researchers say some of the companies are related to the South China Sea territory dispute.
Trump's NSA nominee promises to 'follow the law' in 2nd confirmation hearing
Gen. Paul Nakasone, the former head of Army Cyber Command, glided through a lackluster confirmation hearing Thursday to the top of the National Security Agency and U.S. Cyber Command, putting him in the unique and powerful position of guiding both U.S.-backed cyber-espionage and warfare.
Lawmakers to generals: Tell us the policies you need to launch cyberattacks
During a Senate Armed Service Committee hearing Tuesday, the country's top cyber warfare generals answered questions and provided status updates on their forces.
Kaspersky uncovers sophisticated cyber-espionage operation across Africa and Middle East
Kaspersky says the threat is likely the work of a nation-state.