Army must empower next generation to succeed in cyber, senior official says
To quickly develop the Army's cyber capabilities requires that leadership consider unique options while also adjusting for a different culture brought in by recruits who are inherently digitally savvy, according to Col. Chris Wade, director of the Army's Task Force Cyber Strong.
Chinese hackers starting to return focus to U.S. corporations
The 2015 agreement to curb corporate espionage looks to be falling by the wayside, according to new research from PwC.
Amid U.S. effort to exclude Kaspersky, Putin backs plan to force out foreign software
The move comes as the FBI is privately counseling American businesses to uninstall products that are created and sold by Moscow-based cybersecurity giant Kaspersky Lab.
Russian hacker group 'CyberBerkut' returns to public light with allegations against Clinton
A Twitter account tied to a group that a U.S. intelligence agency recently described as "Russian hackers ... supporting Russia's military operations" returned to the spotlight by posting a message that alleges multiple Ukrainian government officials are "sponsored" by Hillary Clinton.
EU countries agree to collectively punish attacker when a member is hacked
The European Union’s 28-nation bloc is in agreement concerning how to punish hackers. On Monday, the European Council announced a joint framework, dubbed the “cyber diplomacy toolbox,” to guide how member countries should uniformly respond to malicious cyber activity, which includes steps to cooperatively impose economic sanctions, travel bans, asset freezes and blanket bans against responsible parties.
What we know (and don't know) about a rash of Middle East mystery hacks
A spat of apparent security breaches is making an already tense situation in the Middle East worsen, and there are very few details on who is responsible for each incident.