Tags U.S. Cyber Command
DOJ and Cyber Command partner up in civil forfeiture claim targeting North Korea’s financial hacks
The DOJ and DOD are taking aim at North Korean government’s hacking of two cryptocurrency exchanges last year.
US government exposes North Korean government ATM cashout hacking campaign
Under the crush of harsh international sanctions, North Korean hackers are still looking for a way to make a buck in 2020.
Cyber Command deploys abroad to fend off foreign hacking ahead of the 2020 election
The goal is to gather intelligence about foreign adversaries before they aim their hacking tools at the U.S.
US military researchers may have found a more productive vulnerability discovery process
Automation is the key to running more efficient vulnerability discovery research, U.S. military researchers say in new research.
Election interference efforts have shifted, NSA and Cyber Command election threats leads say
With Election Day less than 100 days away, the National Security Agency and the Pentagon's Cyber Command are carefully monitoring threats, two government officials said Friday.
DOD, FBI, DHS release info on malware used in Chinese government-led hacking campaigns
The release is the first time the government has called out malware thought to be Chinese in origin.