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Trump Reverses Obama-Era Rules On Cyberattacks
The move could signal an increase in U.S. cyberattacks -- potentially even on domestic targets.
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Justice Department Will Tell Public About 'Persistent,' 'Pervasive' Attacks On Democracy
“Intelligence assessments and criminal indictments are based on evidence. They do not reflect mere guesses," Deputy AG Rod Rosenstein said.
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U.S. National Intelligence Chief Sounds Chilling Alarm On Cyber Attacks
Dan Coats says the danger signs are as serious as warnings before 9/11.
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MSNBC, Joy Reid Silent On Alleged Hacking As Blog Scandal Resurfaces
Reid's now-defunct blog is back in the news -- this time for controversial posts about 9/11 and Sen. John McCain.
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But Her Emails? Lawmakers Shrug Off Trump’s Lax Cellphone Security
“I suspect the president of the United States is sophisticated enough to know what he should or shouldn’t be talking about on an unsecured line,” Sen. Jim Risch said.
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White House Eliminates Cyber Czar Post After First Appointee Leaves
“I don’t see how getting rid of the top cyber official in the White House does anything to make our country safer from cyber threats,” Mark Warner, the top Democrat on the Senate Intelligence committee, said.
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Hackers Tried To Breach A Tennessee County Server On Election Night: Report
Investigators traced IP addresses linked to the attack to foreign countries.
Sears, Delta Air Lines Say Customers' Payment Info May Have Been Exposed
The incident happened on or after Sept. 26, 2017 and was found and resolved on Oct. 12.
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Nearly A Week After Atlanta's Cyberattack, Things Are Nowhere Near Normal
City employees started to turn computers back on Tuesday.
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Trump Ally Sues Qatar For Hacking His Email
GOP fundraiser Elliott Broidy says Qatar leaked his emails to reporters in retaliation for his criticism of the Qatari government.
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Never Tag Your Mom On Facebook If She Displays Her Maiden Name
Remember this come Mother's Day.
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Trump's Connection To Cambridge Analytica
Trump's team reportedly partnered with Cambridge Analytica as early as 2014 and tested slogans like "drain the swamp."
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Personal Information Of 880,000 Orbitz Customers Likely Breached
The company says payment information may have been accessed.
Retired 4-Star Army General Calls Trump A 'Serious Threat To National Security'
The president is "refusing to protect the U.S. from Russian attacks."
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U.S. Blames Russia For Cyberattacks On Electricity Grid
By Dustin Volz and Timothy Gardner, Reuters
The move marks the first time the United States has publicly accused Moscow of hacking into American energy infrastructure.
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U.S. Hits Russia With Sanctions For Election Meddling, Cyber Attacks
“The administration is confronting and countering malign Russian cyber activity," Treasury Secretary Steve Mnuchin said.
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U.S. Official Focused On Election Security Being Shoved Aside
By Dustin Volz, Reuters
Matthew Masterson, currently chairman of the U.S. Election Assistance Commission, is being removed from his post by Paul Ryan.
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Jeff Sessions Launches Effort To Better Combat Global Cyber Threats
By Dustin Volz, Reuters
The task force will examine use of the internet to spread violent ideologies and recruit followers, and how hackers breach private corporate and government data.
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Democrats Seek $1 Billion To Boost Cybersecurity For U.S. Elections
By By Dustin Volz, Reuters
The measure followed warnings from U.S. intelligence officials that midterm races in November are likely to see renewed meddling from Russia and possibly other foreign adversaries.
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Olympics Officials Confirm Opening Ceremony Hit By Cyberattack
Russia denied responsibility days before the games began.
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Winter Olympics Organizers Probe Possible Cyberattack On Opening Ceremony Day
All competitions are running as planned as officials continue to investigate a disruption of non-critical systems.
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Politicians Of All Stripes Are Failing Us On Cybersecurity And Privacy
, Guest Writer
In an age of hyperpartisanship, the only thing Republicans and Democrats agree on is handing the Trump administration more surveillance powers.
Uber Hid Cyberattack Impacting 57 Million
Uber paid hackers $100,000 to delete data and keep quiet about a cyber attack that happened in October 16, which impacted 57 million customers and drivers.
Iranian Hacker Charged With Stealing HBO 'Game Of Thrones' Episodes
By Jim Finkle, Reuters
Charges were filed against Behzad Mesri in New York on Tuesday, though his whereabouts are unknown.
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Trump Seals $250 Billion In Trade Deals With China, But Long-Standing Concerns Remain
By By Matthew Miller and Adam Jourdan, Reuters
These concerns include unfettered access to the China market, cybersecurity and the growing presence of China’s ruling Communist Party inside foreign firms.
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