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Here's what the newly signed NDAA means for cybersecurity

by Chris Bing • 5 days ago

President Trump signed the National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA) Tuesday, approving the $700 billion spending bill designed to fund the U.S. military and its various cybersecurity-focused initiatives.

White House cybersecurity coordinator takes on additional role in Trump administration

by Chris Bing • 2 months ago

CyberScoop has learned that Rob Joyce will take on a new position starting Monday as President Donald Trump's acting deputy homeland security adviser.

Trump Organization falls victim to supply chain hack

by Ryan Johnston • 5 months ago

The Trump hotel chain has once again found itself the target of hackers seeking information from its guests across the world.

A stolen Trump-Duterte transcript appears to be just one part of a larger hacking story

by Chris Bing • 7 months ago

Sensitive Philippine government documents acquired by a hacker group with suspected ties to the Vietnamese government have been floating on the public internet, according to evidence gathered by CyberScoop.

Rudy Giuliani is helping draw up cyber doctrine, DNI says, but details are scarce

by Chris Bing • 7 months ago

Donald Trump confidant Rudy Giuliani is one of the leading voices in designing a “cyber doctrine” for the U.S., according to the Director of National Intelligence Dan Coats, but there is little information about how that process is going.

Former NSA hackers: Yahoo indictments won't slow down Russian cyberattacks

by Chris Bing • 9 months ago

Newly unveiled indictments against a group of hackers working for Russian intelligence, who were involved in breaching Yahoo and Google, will do little to deter future cyberattacks against the U.S., former NSA analysts and government lawyers tell CyberScoop. The Justice Department revealed charges on Wednesday against four alleged hackers responsible for compromising upwards of 500 million Yahoo accounts in 2014. The indictment states that the accused used their access to Yahoo and Google email accounts to enrich themselves and to spy on diplomats, journalists and business executives.

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