An update on filings in Kaspersky Lab’s suit against DHS for its designation of Kaspersky’s software as an “information security risk.”
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Why Russian efforts to sow chaos are likely to target voter rolls.
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Documents: Congressional Task Force on Election Security January 2018 Report and the Election Security Act
House Democrats released a report and legislation on election security.
A year in, the U.K.’s new Active Cyber Defense program has seen some major cybersecurity successes.
A proposal for the development of a cyber grand strategy.
We need a new definition of cybersecurity that includes not only virtual and physical infrastructure attacks, but psychological warfare.
Public attribution of cyberattacks, such as WannaCry, should be followed by more detailed analysis about how these attacks should be treated under international law.
The United States should take the idea, though not this particular proposal, seriously.
More nations need to be talking about how they manage zero day vulnerabilities.