The Department of Defense has released a summary of its 2018 Cyber Strategy Report. The document is below:
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Senate Hearing on Social Media and Foreign Influence Operations: Progress, But There’s A Long Way to Go
Wednesday’s Senate intelligence committee hearing on social media influence operations provided insight into how the lawmakers and tech companies are coming to grips with the new challenges that online platforms pose for democracies.
There are not enough ways to fight foreign information operations. Here’s how researchers can start coming up with new ones.
Despite high-profile attacks and threats that have expanded beyond traditional opponents, the United States keep trying to fit cyber tools into old security paradigms.
If the U.S. government stays on its current course, it risks allowing elections to become the World Cup of information warfare.
Yesterday the Wall Street Journal’s Dustin Volz reported that President Trump has altered the interagency process for vetting offensive cyber operations. We do not have the full details yet, but it appears to be the culmination of long-running efforts to make it easier and quicker to conduct such activities. Here’s a roadmap of some of the key interests and issues at stake.
As President Trump prepares to meet with Vladimir Putin, his Justice Department says it can prove beyond a reasonable doubt that the Russian president has been lying about his country’s involvement in the 2016 election hacking.
In the wake of the U.N.’s failure to articulate new norms on cyber governance, the private sector is developing its own ideas.
A close look at Section 1621 of the Senate’s proposed National Defense Authorization Act for 2019.
A provision in the Senate’s proposed 2019 National Defense Authorization Act offers a timely proposal for improving the U.S.’s cybersecurity strategy.