Research questions potentially dangerous implications of Ukraine's IT Army

by AJ Vicens • 6 days ago

Volunteer hacking efforts could unwittingly pull countries or private companies into a murky geopolitical mess, a researcher says.

Zelenskyy deepfake crude, but still might be a harbinger of dangers ahead

by Suzanne Smalley • 3 months ago

A deepfake video of Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy was quickly removed from Meta's platform, but experts called it worrisome nonetheless.

Study: Zero-days rediscovered much faster

by Shaun Waterman • 5 years ago

The report comes as White House cybersecurity czar Rob Joyce says he is reviewing the Vulnerability Equities Process — the policy structure that decides whether zero-days found by U.S. agencies should be disclosed to the manufacturer.

Report: International nonprofit would ease work of cyber-attribution

by Shaun Waterman • 5 years ago

Attributing cyberattacks and other malicious online activities is tough. The RAND Corp. has an idea for cutting through the public skepticism that lies beyond the technical difficulties.

Zero-day study: Hoarding exploits less harmful than generally thought

by Shaun Waterman • 5 years ago

A new study from the RAND Corp. upends much of the conventional wisdom on zero day vulnerability disclosure — they are rarely discovered independently, which makes hoarding them more effective.