Trump fans are wrongly convinced the Secret Service is investigating his leaked phone call
Legal experts are picking apart pro-Trump commentator Jack Posobiec's latest claim.
On Jan 4, 2021 by Mikael Thalen
Ex-Air Force officer allegedly aided Iran in catfishing U.S. spies
Iranian hackers posing as a woman attempted to entice a U.S. intelligence officer.
On Feb 13, 2019 by Mikael Thalen
3 arrested for allegedly smuggling military-grade electronics to Russia
The technology could have been used in military devices.
On Oct 6, 2016 by Patrick Howell O'Neill
Why the Clinton campaign has an Edward Snowden problem
'I consider him very close to a patriot,' a voter told Clinton at a town hall meeting on Friday.
On Oct 16, 2015 by Dell Cameron
CIA, afraid of China exploiting OPM data, reportedly pulled spies from Beijing embassy
The U.S. may not formally scold China for stealing the data, because it does the same thing.
On Sep 30, 2015 by Dell Cameron
U.S. and China establish cyber working group with Cold War-esque ‘hotline’
This is historic.
On Sep 25, 2015 by Eric Geller
The Pentagon will step up cybersecurity training for small defense contractors
Small defense contractors can't marshal the resources that Boeing or Lockheed can—but they're attacked just as intensely.
On Sep 25, 2015 by Patrick Howell O'Neill
U.N. creates special role to investigate government spying
Whoever's hired will investigate a number of countries, though it's the actions of one in particular that prompted this.
On Mar 27, 2015 by Eric Geller
Swedish authorities will question Julian Assange at London embassy
As statute of limitations nears, prosecutors agree to question Assange in London.
On Mar 13, 2015 by Tim Sampson
Wikipedia joins 8 groups in suing the NSA to stop mass surveillance
They're going to keep trying until they win.
On Mar 10, 2015 by Eric Geller
Forget Russia. Here’s why China is still America’s biggest problem
China’s cyber-espionage has gone too far.
On Mar 3, 2015 by Michael Alan Connelly
New Snowden leak reveals U.S. espionage in Rome and Milan
U.S. embassies in Italy are monitored by the NSA's Special Collection Service.
On Dec 6, 2013 by Dell Cameron
What we talk about when we talk about cyberwar
The U.S. launched 231 offensive cyberoperations in 2011. But what exactly does that translate to in practical terms?
On Oct 15, 2013 by Curt Hopkins
Brazil announces plan for NSA-proof email service
Snowden's leaks prompt a call for increased privacy.
On Oct 14, 2013 by Miles Klee