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The Russian government is arguing that a federal court should dismiss a lawsuit brought by the Democratic National Committee alleging that Moscow's military spies, the... [Read More]
The White House has "authorized offensive cyber operations" against U.S. adversaries, National Security Adviser John Bolton said Thursday. [Read More]
Bolton's remarks come amid mounting concern about attacks on U.S. networks and attempts to target the November election. [Read More]
But the judge warns the state that it must tackle election security issues promptly... [Read More]
Litigants want the state to switch to paper ballots in advance of midterms because of fears of foreign interference, but officials say it's too late. [Read More]
Eighteen former counterterrorism officials are urging the Departments of Justice and Homeland Security to retract or correct a report that implies a link between terrorism... [Read More]
Former counterterrorism officials urge Homeland Security, Justice Department to correct or retract controversial document. [Read More]
The Justice Department announced charges Thursday against an alleged hacker for the North Korean government in connection with a series of major cyberattacks including the... [Read More]
The charge-stemming from the 2014 Sony Pictures case — is the first against a Pyongyang spy. [Read More]
The charges are part of a broad complaint that outlines a series of wide-ranging cyber operations. It marks the first time the United States has... [Read More]
The material in question involves emails and texts between Justice Dept. official Bruce Ohr and former British spy Christopher Steele. [Read More]
President Donald Trump on Wednesday escalated his criticism of a Justice Department official whose link to a controversial dossier of allegations about the Trump campaign... [Read More]
On Tuesday, the president's allies in Congress interviewed Ohr for eight hours about his relationship with dossier author Christopher Steele. [Read More]
Technology giants increasingly are casting themselves as defenders of online integrity as American democracy, yet again, comes under attack. Recent revelations from companies including Facebook,... [Read More]
What the Democratic National Committee this week thought was an attempted hack of its valuable voter file turned out to be a security test organized... [Read More]
The simulated "phishing" test was launched by a state party without the national organization's knowledge, the DNC said. [Read More]
What the Democratic National Committee this week thought was an attempted hack of its valuable voter file turned out to be a security test organized... [Read More]
Officials said the attempt failed but was proof of the continued threat to elections. [Read More]
Party officials say they notified the FBI after fending off the cyberattack. It was not immediately clear who carried out the attempted breach. [Read More]
FCCNN Iran was behind a sprawling disinformation operation on Facebook that targeted hundreds of thousands of people around the world, the social media company said... [Read More]
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