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U.S. looks to restart talks on global cyber norms

by Sean Lyngaas • 6 months ago

The Trump administration is looking to restart talks on global cyber norms a year after they collapsed in acrimony.

Adm. Mike Mullen: Cyber Command should be empowered to go on offensive

by Greg Otto • 9 months ago

"I think that line has to be drawn, and we have to respond, and they need to pay a fairly significant price for what they're doing.”

Diplomacy won’t stop North Korean hacking, South Korean officials say

by Ryan Duffy • 9 months ago

Two top South Korean cybersecurity experts cautioned Thursday that their country is not prepared to stem the tide of North Korean hacking, regardless of two recent summits with Pyongyang that have taken place.

Lawmakers to generals: Tell us the policies you need to launch cyberattacks

by Chris Bing • 1 year ago

During a Senate Armed Service Committee hearing Tuesday, the country's top cyber warfare generals answered questions and provided status updates on their forces.

After litany of alleged lies, Israeli hacking firm Ability Inc. settles lawsuit for $3 million

by Patrick Howell O'Neill • 1 year ago

The settlement is a significant hit for a company with fast evaporating cash reserves and revenue — and little explanation as to why things have gone so badly.

U.K. confirms use of offensive cyberweapons against ISIS

by Ryan Johnston • 2 years ago

Defense Secretary Michael Fallon says his country has taken advantage of offensive cyberweapons against the Islamic State.

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