Alphabet's Jigsaw offers political campaigns free DDoS protection
Dubbed "Project Shield," Jigsaw's defensive software is designed to flag, filter and contain loads of malicious traffic.
Lawmakers introduce bill to save top White House cyber job after Bolton eliminated it
House Democrats on Tuesday introduced legislation to codify a top cybersecurity position at the White House following National Security Adviser John Bolton’s decision to eliminate the role.
Trump administration may throw out the approval process for cyberwarfare
The White House is looking to rescind PPD-20, a memorandum that helps guide the use of government-backed hacking operations.
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."
U.S. Cyber Command chief calls for debate around hacking unit's authorities
Lawmakers and Pentagon leadership are considering plans that could one day provide U.S. Cyber Command with additional authorities to operate outside declared war zones, two senior U.S. officials acknowledged Wednesday during an open congressional hearing.
Command and control: A fight for the future of government hacking
A quiet but constant tug of war is raging between the intelligence community and the military over the future of U.S. Cyber Command.