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Russia officially introduced a ‘sovereign internet’ law to let Putin cut off the entire country from the rest of the web
The law, ostensibly to protect the country from cyberattacks, came into force Friday. Critics say the Kremlin could use it to censor unsavory content.
The US hit Iran with a secret cyberattack to disrupt oil tanker attacks the same day Trump almost authorized military strikes
The US cyberattack "wiped out a critical database" used by Tehran to plot commando attacks on oil tankers in the region.
Elon Musk and DeepMind’s pledge to never build killer AI makes a glaring omission, Oxford academic says
Tech leaders including Elon Musk and cofounders of DeepMind signed a pledge saying they would never develop 'lethal autonomous weapons.' Dr. Mariarosaria Taddeo told Business Insider that while the pledge's intentions were good, it missed the real threat posed by AI in cyberwarfare.
US officials paid a Russian intermediary $100,000 to recover stolen NSA cyberweapons. Instead of delivering them, the Russian provided unverified dirt on Trump.
The resignation cited several reasons, including Trump's "insufficient attention" to cyber threats against American infrastructure, including election systems.
The US could inadvertently be furthering Russia's disinformation campaign.
A Chinese firm named Hangzhou Xiongmai issued a recall of its webcams following a major attack on internet services on October 21.
The US just publicly accused Russia of hacking for the first time — but fighting back could be a huge risk
The US publicly accused the Russian government of orchestrating cyber attacks on US citizens and political organizations for the first time on Friday.
As one Army officer said during a 2015 training exercise, "future fights aren't going to be guns and bullets. They're going to be ones and zeroes."
The US military has a new plan to fight ISIS — and it starts with making the group ‘extremely paranoid’
A US plan aims to strike fear into the communication modes that ISIS uses to build a following and coordinate terrorist attacks.