Microsoft-led industry group pledges to not assist government cyberattacks
The participant companies' principles include not helping any government mount a cyberattack against "innocent civilians and enterprises."
Hoping to fill a global void, private companies push for 'cyber norms'
Private technology companies are hoping to fill a void left by governments that have continued to face international road blocks to create cyber norms.
Why attributing NotPetya is a tricky endeavor
Anomali's Director of Security Strategy Travis Farral talks with Greg Otto on why NotPetya points back to Russia and what organizations can do to guard their software supply chain.
Why a global cybersecurity Geneva convention is not going to happen
Op-ed: Dave Aitel says there are so many problems with the way governments deal with cybersecurity that a universally agreed-upon set of norms is a pipe dream.
Former NSA hackers: Yahoo indictments won't slow down Russian cyberattacks
Newly unveiled indictments against a group of hackers working for Russian intelligence, who were involved in breaching Yahoo and Google, will do little to deter future cyberattacks against the U.S., former NSA analysts and government lawyers tell CyberScoop. The Justice Department revealed charges on Wednesday against four alleged hackers responsible for compromising upwards of 500 million Yahoo accounts in 2014. The indictment states that the accused used their access to Yahoo and Google email accounts to enrich themselves and to spy on diplomats, journalists and business executives.