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Contextualizing Last Week’s Malicious Cyber Activities Against Ukrainian Government Websites and Systems
The events reflect the complexity of how cyber operations can function diversely across and even within specific conflicts.
President Biden signed a national security memorandum on Jan. 19 to bolster the cybersecurity of the National Security, Department of Defense and Intelligence Community systems.
The heart of the challenge facing insurers is not necessarily the quantum of loss that might arise from cyber events, but rather the uncertainty that attaches to it.
Do the Legal Rules Governing the Confidentiality of Cyber Incident Response Undermine Cybersecurity?
It’s not entirely clear to what extent law firms’ emphasis on protecting attorney-client privilege and work product immunity alters the course of data privacy investigations.
Systems based on artificial intelligence are susceptible to adversarial attack. Vulnerability disclosure and management practices can help address the risk.
Documents like CYBERCOM's 2018 Command Vision are less provocative in the context of other directives, but who in the U.S. government takes precedence in constructing cyber norms?
The European Union has stopped issuing cyber sanctions, but it's not for lack of new attacks.
Despite the U.S. government spending more than $16 billion, new technologies and programs may be needed.
To make progress on supply chain security, the U.S. government will need to clarify its goals; create a cohesive, forward-thinking strategy; and offer alternatives to a cold divestment of Chinese ICT products.