President Trump has directed the Commerce Department to look into easing U.S. economic sanctions against China’s major telecommunication company linked to illicit trade with rogue states.
The independent “cyber-security expert” who MSNBC host Joy Reid tapped to investigate her claims of her old blog being hacked previously gave a tip to the FBI that wound up being a waste of time, according to a new report.
Google search, the premier internet technology tool used for up to three billion online queries a day, is under constant attack by malicious actors seeking to manipulate its results, a company official says.
China’s government this week intensified a months-long disinformation campaign aimed at silencing exiled Chinese tycoon Guo Wengui.
The most frequent cause of malicious cyberattacks is when computer users click on a link that results in malware being downloaded onto computer networks.
At least two telecommunications companies that received grants from the U.S. Department of Agriculture and purchased equipment from Chinese phone maker Huawei operate services areas within 100 miles of American military posts, raising national security concerns amid spying threats.
American military cyber warriors are ready to shut critical infrastructures in China and Russia during a future conflict by conducting cyber intrusions into their networks, according to the general set to lead Cyber Command.
The Justice Department on Friday unsealed criminal indictments against nine Iranians, charging them with conducting a massive cyber-theft campaign against hundreds of American and foreign universities, more than two dozen companies, and other victims.
The Trump administration on Thursday imposed economic sanctions on 19 Russians and two Russian intelligence agencies for their role in the 2016 election meddling and costly cyber attacks and penetrations.