How the government and private sector can better defend against a cascading cyberattack
A new study identifies the missing links – in terms of authorities and collaboration – in defending against a large-scale cyberattack.
How the U.S. might respond if China launched a full-scale cyberattack
20 private executives and ex-U.S. officials last month quietly explored what a cyberattack from China would look like for both the public and private sector.
In this election security drill, Massachusetts cops battle hackers to protect the vote
Police in Massachusetts gathered in mid-September to practice responding to cyberattacks from an adversary bent on disrupting the democratic process.
SCYTHE raises $3 million for attack simulation platform
SCYTHE says its platform lets enterprises simulate attacks on its own system in order to assess their own readiness.
Election exercise pairs states with intelligence community in unprecedented opportunity
With midterm elections less than three months away, state and local officials rolled up their sleeves to take part in the most sophisticated national-level election security exercise to date.
DHS holds election security exercise with states to prep for midterms
With less than three months until the midterm elections, federal agencies worked with 44 states on all types of attack scenarios.