Kaspersky Lab needs an independent monitoring center to watch communication with customers if the firm is to regain consumer confidence.
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The Times’ recent story on North Korean cyber operations makes a bold, if not deceptive, claim.
The U.K’s new Green Paper, takes a stronger stance on internet regulation. The policies outlined, and those anticipated, will change the face of private sector internet operations.
For the bulk of internet users, the WPA2 vulnerability is a non-issue.
Sometimes we are reminded that the "noise" of policy drowns out important practical news. Today is one of those days. While we sit around worrying about Harvey Weinstein and Trump's latest tweet, it turns out that the encryption protocol at the core over almost all WiFi is vulnerable to attack.
It’s far more grave than one compromised NSA contractor.
The U.S. needs a more robust legal campaign to prevent China’s growing body of cybersecurity regulations from disrupting international business data flows.
The Trump administration downgraded the State Department's cyber diplomacy office, and nobody can say whether State has produced a report on cyber strategy required by the president's cybersecurity executive order. Are the two related?
A supplier of cyber defense systems to the U.S. military has allowed the Russian government to review the source code for the defense system. That seems a bit unwise...
Our electoral infrastructure consists of two distinct pieces (or so it seems to me): a broader public context in which elections occur and a narrower system of election management. To date, almost everything we know about Russian electoral interference has dealt with the larger broader context—fake news, Russian troll factories, the hack of the DNC and other efforts to spread disinformation. As