In the news roundup, David Kris digs into rumors that Chinese malware attacks may have caused a blackout in India at a time when military conflict was flaring on the two nation’s Himalayan border.
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U.S. Cyber Command is hosting its annual legal conference this Thursday (March 4th), and all are welcome to (virtually) attend.
This episode features an interview with Jason Fagone,
Our interview this week is with Nicole Perlroth, The New York Times reporter and
This episode features a deep dive into the National Security Agency’s (NSA) self-regulatory approach to overseas signals intelligence, or SIGINT.
The U.S. has never really had a “cyberczar.” Arguably, though, the U.K. has. The head of the National Cyber Security Center (NCSC) combines the security roles of the National Security Agency and the Department of Homeland Security’s Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency.
It’s a story that has everything, except a reporter able to tell it. A hostile state attacking the U.S.
In this episode, I interview Zach Dorfman about his excellent reports in Foreign Policy about U.S.-Chinese intelligence competition in the last decade. Zach is a well-regarded national security journalist, a senior staff writer at the Aspen Institute’s Cyber and Technology program and a senior fellow at the Carnegie Council for Ethics in International Affairs.
Episode 343 of the Cyberlaw Podcast is a long meditation on the ways in which technology is encouraging other nations to exercise soft power inside the United States.
Our interview is with Alex Stamos, who lays out a complex