Thriving ‘disinformation-as-a-service’ market could make smearing corporate rivals easy
It is “alarmingly simple and inexpensive” to launch a sophisticated disinformation campaign with help available in cybercrime forums, analysts from Recorded Future concluded after studying the issue.
Why we’re still not ready for ‘like-war’
A new book charts the history of the weaponization of information and explains how the U.S. is still struggling to cope with the phenomenon.
Indictments reveal how Russia's 2016 election information warfare worked
Russian operatives were able to obfuscate their activities by stealing the identities of U.S. citizens, renting servers based in the U.S. and using a VPN all while posting targeted propaganda on social media, according to Robert Mueller's lengthy indictment.