Jamil N. Jaffer of George Mason University's Antonin Scalia Law School debates Bonnie Kristian of Defense Priorities.
A offensive-oriented cyber warfare strategy is reckless.
We are already engaged in a very real cyber war. We must recognize and confront reality.
Argentina's National Directorate of Migration said it managed to contain the cyber attack.
According to a press release from the Miami-Dade School Police, the student admitted to "orchestrating eight Disruptive Denial-of-Service cyber attacks, designed to overwhelm the district networks."
Congress is on the brink of passing a very important piece of cybersecurity legislation.
The former vice president's team argues that Donald Trump may talk tough on China, but their man will actually hold the PRC to account.
The HACT Act is an important step in the right direction.
Coronavirus has highlighted how the federal government still has a lot of work to do, when it comes to cybersecurity.
Tehran could cause significant disruption with cyber attacks against the U.S. government, companies, high-profile individuals—and possibly even the 2020 elections.
The homepage for the U.S. Federal Depository Library Program was altered to show a picture of a bloodied President Donald Trump being punched in the face before the website was taken down.
The U.S. government added three Russians and five companies said to be linked to Moscow's security forces.
As tensions ratcheted up between Russia and the West, NATO members were increasingly preparing for the worst.
Starting by targeting software in Ukraine, the ransomware NotPetya spread internationally, and the British government thinks the Russian military was behind it.
The hacking attack occurred last year, but the South Korean defense ministry has said little about it.
The hackers have obtained seven times more data than in the 2014 Sony security breach.
Government sites, banks, the postal service, Kiev's airport and the Chernobyl nuclear plant were all hit by the cyberattack.
The discovery of the plot led to a laptop ban on flights from eight majority Middle Eastern nations in March.
The Air Force's 50th Wing requested information from defense contractors for help thwarting cyberattacks.
The company's previous security breach exposed 1 billion users' data.