Trump orders that U.S. Cyber Command receive new authority to conduct cyberwarfare
Trump's decision moves Cyber Command one step closer from being moved away from the National Security Agency.
DNC hackers are using leaked NSA tools to spy on hotel guests across Europe
New research says that the Fancy Bear group, best known for breaking into the Democratic National Committee, have been using a leaked NSA espionage tool to target hotels across Europe in an apparent attempt to spy on specific guests.
The future of Cyber Command's split
CyberScoop's Shaun Waterman talks about the movement (or lack thereof) on splitting U.S. Cyber Command from the NSA with Cybersecurity Today's John Bambenek.
GAO: Pentagon hasn't met conditions for separating NSA and Cyber Command
The Pentagon has not finally decided whether to separate the leadership of the NNSA and U.S. Cyber Command, and has not begun to meet the congressionally mandated conditions for doing so.
Shadow Brokers investigation is focusing on former NSA insider
The probe includes the threat of a current intelligence community employee being connected to the Shadow Brokers, who have leaked NSA tools over the past year.
New tool can help prevent government-mandated backdoors in software, Swiss researchers say
The framework, dubbed "Chainiac," makes it extremely difficult for governments to force vulnerabilities into the software supply chain.