Our new Carnegie white paper proposes that countries explicitly commit to refraining from using offensive cyber tools that could undermine financial stability.
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The first in a three-part series of Judge Gorsuch’s treatment of cyber-related issues.
Should tensions mount, there is a risk that China will loosen its restraint and again permit its military and state-owned enterprises to conduct cyber-enabled economic espionage against U.S. companies.
If you don't find this report seriously creepy, you are far more sanguine than I am.
A Maryland man was arrested Friday on a cyberstalking charge in connection with allegedly sending an epilepsy sufferer an animated Twitter message telling the victim that “you deserve a seizure,” federal officials said.
From Arms and Influence to Data and Manipulation: What Can Thomas Schelling Tell Us About Cyber Coercion?
Nobel laureate Thomas Schelling’s seminal work on strategy and bargaining theory provide a language to understand modern information warfare.
In a case about releasing information regarding unlocking a phone, the FBI presented a brief arguing that the security risks means it should not be required to release information about the company that unlocked the phone.
Wikileaks once again successfully hacked the media, shaping discussions into deliberately deceptive ways.
A new study published by the RAND Corporation suggests the VEP might be working fine, even if it produces little to no disclosure.
Some additional notes on Wikileaks' release of CIA hacking tools.
An initial analysis of the trove of CIA documents released by Wikileaks.