Cyber 'bombs,' digital D-Days and other nonsense
It's catchy, but the rhetoric of traditional warfare has no place in modern security.
US government wants cyber forces that think like the enemy
The military aims to run practice scenarios throughout the year.
US launches its first cyberattacks against ISIS
Bombs and missiles aren't the only ways to fight extremism.
NSA will unite divisions to better tackle online threats
Spying and cyberdefense will no longer be separate inside the agency.
Congress considers letting US companies hack Chinese attackers
A Congress study says the US may want to let companies launch 'revenge' hacks to recover or wipe data.
The Pentagon's plan to outsource lethal cyber-weapons
The Pentagon has quietly put out a call for vendors to bid on a contract to develop, execute and m...
US, China have an 'understanding' to fight cyber economic espionage
An unprecedented agreement between the US and China is supposed to help fight hackers who steal records from companies
The rate of Chinese hacking attempts is slowing down
Security gurus have noticed a slowdown in the rate of China-based hacking campaigns against the US.
The US and China want to set ground rules for cyberwarfare
The US and China are forging an arms treaty for cyberwarfare, declaring certain kinds of internet attacks to be off-limits.