U.S. cyberwarriors are getting better at fighting ISIS online, says top general
U.S. Army cyber warriors have gotten better at countering ISIS’ digital operations over the last six months, according to Lieutenant General Paul Nakasone, commanding general of Army Cyber Command.
Target pays out $18.5M to victims of infamous 2013 data breach
New York Attorney General Eric Schneiderman announced the deal, which involved 47 states and is described as the largest multi-state breach agreement in U.S. history.
Mounting evidence points to North Korean group for global ransomware attack
Symantec said it has discovered "strong links" between WannaCry ransomware and the so-called Lazarus Group.
Ransomware aimed at South Korea in early 2017 may be work of North Korea, firm says
Private sector intelligence firm Intel 471 has discovered some evidence that adds to the probability that North Korea-based hackers were involved in WannaCry.
Lawmakers introduce bill to shine spotlight on government hacking stockpile
A new bipartisan bill aims to add transparency to the Vulnerabilities Equities Process.
The CIA is running internal 'Shark Tank'-like pitch competitions, CIO says
Chief Information Officer John Edwards says the competitions promote technology at "mission speed" instead of "government speed."