The ease by which state-sponsored cyberattacks can be launched on targets thousands of miles from home is a game-changer.
Ransomware attacks continue to succeed because targets, like city governments, aren’t doing security basics, like patching vulnerabilities.
Omnisense: US Intelligence-Funded Startup Claims It Can Predict Cyberattacks Days Before They Happen
Back in 2015, the Intelligence Advanced Research Projects Activity (IARPA), a research unit within the Office of the Director of National Intelligence, issued a call for anyone who could come up with novel, efficient ways to predict cyberattacks before they happened. It sought tech that made those predictions way ahead of other available products.
The public and private sector are turning to AI and automation in their fight against cyber-attacks. However, this strategy must not be at people's expense.
Senators praised the military's cyber force for helping secure last year's midterm elections, with one suggesting it was largely due to U.S. Cyber Command that the Russians failed to affect the 2018 vote.
The bad cyber guys are winning, so what can be done? How do we move forward as a society to strengthen information security in the Information Age?
The DHS and the FBI recently issued a troubling alert about infiltration into America's electricity grid and infrastructure industries – including aviation.
One curiosity of the cyber-age is that the American public seems relatively unconcerned by what, arguably, is the biggest threat from the Internet.