Liability for insecure software is already a reality. The question is whether Congress will step in to give it shape and a coherent legal structure.
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A comparative reading of the 2014 and 2020 People’s Liberation Army indictments suggests the United States is now using indictments to pursue a range of independent objectives with audiences beyond China’s leadership.
Lawmakers worry that TikTok is a national security threat. But it’s important to decouple the risks of the app.
Without a firm grasp on the potential for escalation, the United States will be unable to contain the fallout when assertive operations are conducted.
Cost Imposition Is the Point: Understanding U.S. Cyber Operations and the Strategy Behind Achieving Effects
The muddled discourse about cybersecurity continues to limit the ability of practitioners and scholars to have a constructive discussion about the core elements of strategy.
Cryptocurrency obfuscation tools and techniques are likely to play a growing role in financing threats to U.S. national security.
How should threats be measured?
FBI officials arrested an alleged Russian hacker, Kirill Firsov, on March 7 in New York City and shut down the cyber platform he operated, according to court documents unsealed Monday. Firsov is the suspected administrator of DEER.IO, a Russian-Based cyber platform that allows criminals to operate “storefronts” and sell illegally-obtained data and personally identifiable information.
Although the technology is different, the underlying contest exhibits all of the characteristics of traditional spy-versus-spy battles.
Globalization has left Western end-users at least partially dependent on capabilities and services provided by foreign vendors that may not be entirely trustworthy.