'No more away games': Former Cyber Command official says Russia and China have leveled the playing field
Russia and China have figured out how to use cyberattacks to th their best advantage, and it should lead to a culture change in the private sector, Brett Williams says.
Sen. Warner says hacking, disinformation are the future of war, and urges the U.S. to keep up
Sen. Mark Warner says the world has entered a new phase of nation-state conflict in which cyberwarfare and information warfare are the primary means through which countries assert their power on the world stage.
Security clearance background checks should take three days, Rep. Will Hurd says
“I never thought I would have to work on such a basic issue as this," the Texas Republican says about the federal security clearance process, which is still working on a large backlog of applications.
As NSA expands election security task force, Director Paul Nakasone talks lessons learned
U.S. intelligence officials are trying to adapt as adversaries update their tactics.
The NSA recognizes it needs to share more nation-state threat data, and faster
The update comes amid longstanding complaints the agency is slow to share meaningful data.
Russia's state-funded news outlet RT keeps hyping fringe stories on Clinton, collusion long after 2016
A new report compares the Russian-language version of RT with stories aimed at a Western audience.