Right before the start of the holiday weekend, news broke of yet another massive ransomware attack. What’s the deal?
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The U.S. military’s mission is not to carry out military operations. Its mission is to defend the nation. Cyberspace offers the military an incredibly useful capability to advance national security. Cybersecurity is national security.
On July 1, 2021, the National Security Agency, Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency, Federal Bureau of Investigation and the United Kingdom's National Cyber Security Centre
It's well known the code is buggy; that's why software updates for anything from apps to operating systems are now the norm. But if the public understands this, the courts have not followed suit.
A win for civil libertarians does not mean a loss for data owners.
The Supreme Court handed down its first major decision construing the Computer Fraud and Abuse Act last week. The decision is a major victory for those of us who favor a narrow reading of the CFAA. It doesn't answer everything. But it answers a lot.
The creation of the Cyber Safety Review Board is a good first step, but additional action can magnify the value the board offers.
The European Commission has unveiled its Artificial Intelligence Act. What's in it?
Paul Rosenzweig kicks off the news roundup by laying out the New York Times’s brutal overview of the many compromises Tim Cook’s Apple has made with an increasingly oppressive Chinese government. There is no way to square Apple’s aggressive opposition to U.S. national security measures with its quiet surrender to much more demanding Chinese measures.
The Justice Department needs a “troop surge” of cyber prosecutors and agents to conduct long-term, proactive investigations into ransomware gangs and the organizations that enable them.