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To win the internet, the Pentagon's info ops need more humanity and a dash of absurdity

by Gavin Wilde

U.S. information operations should dispense with deception and obfuscation and embrace truth as well as the absurdity of meme culture.

White House cyber official advocates nimbler NATO to confront digital threats

by Suzanne Smalley

White House official Anne Neuberger met with NATO officials in Rome to help craft plans to more rapidly respond to cyberthreats.

Notorious Russian military hacking crew behind October ransomware attacks on Ukraine, Poland

by AJ Vicens

Researchers at Microsoft said a ransomware attack on transportation and logistics companies was the work of Russian military intelligence

The disinformation threat facing US midterms extends beyond Election Day

by Elias Groll, Suzanne Smalley, AJ Vicens, Benjamin Freed

Experts and national security officials worry that lies and conspiracies about voting could cause voters to reject outcomes or spark violence.

Ransomware costs top $1 billion as White House inks new threat-sharing initiative

by AJ Vicens

The Treasury Department released its finding as the White House is wrapping up an international summit on fighting the ransomware problem.

White House seeks international cooperation to thwart growing ransomware threat

by Tonya Riley

During the International Counter Ransomware Summit in Washington, participants will discuss how to increase resilience against ransomware.

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