A purported member of major cybercrime group, The Dark Overlord, is arrested in Serbia. The group has targeted U.S. schools, health and dental clinics, law firms and even Netflix, always demanding ransom in bitcoin.
When President Donald Trump vowed to help a Chinese business recoup potentially lost jobs this week he failed to mention some important details: Members of his own administration had warned U.S. officials not to trust the company controlled by the Chinese government.
The U.S. merchant marine is shrinking precipitously, and military experts believe it will crimp the Pentagon in sustaining any future major war overseas. Ready Reserve Force ships could handle for a few months, but afterward?
The sweeping order, issued by a U.S. Court of Appeals, asks for classified information and a declaration on past, present and future surveillance at Guantánamo on attorneys who defended an alleged al-Qaida bomber.
Pentagon orders stores on military bases worldwide to halt sales of Chinese-made Huawei and ZTE smartphones and modems as a security risk. It's the latest move in growing competition with China in the high-tech arena.
The Pentagon has hired a firm that rebuilt the World Trade Center to Top Secret construct office space and do other construction at Guantánamo's war court complex where the alleged 9/11 plotters are to be tried.
Rubio and members of the Senate Intelligence Committee have had sharp criticism for federal and state election officials for not preparing for a cyber attack on election systems they consider under threat.
Texas Democrats say they believe Russians were trying to meddle with their state convention in Fort Worth. But the electronic system stopped it and party officials say "no Russians are coming to Fort Worth."
Florida will sign one-year contracts with all 67 county supervisors of elections to improve network monitoring of county voting systems, not the statewide database that keeps track of 13 million Florida voters.
Russia has never officially acknowledged having Novichok, but documents found in the massive leak of State Department cables published by Wikileaks show Great Britain and its allies worried about the deadly nerve agent for years.
As U.S. becomes a ‘punching bag’ for foreign hackers, prosecutors increasingly move to file criminal charges against state-run hackers abroad. But U.S. cyber warriors worry that they may face retaliation, too, possibly ending up in a foreign jail cell.