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The Pentagon reportedly published cartoons depicting Russian hackers as silly bears in order to infuriate them
The Department of Defense's Cyber Command regularly announces hacking operations that they're countering — but in recent weeks, those announcements have taken a colorful turn
Fort Bragg is officially the horniest Army base on Twitter
We truly — truly — hate to see it
Russian hackers targeted COVID-19 vaccine research facilities in the US, UK and Canada, security officials say
Russian hackers who are "almost certainly" working for the country's intelligence services have targeted coronavirus research facilities in the United States, United Kingdom and Canada, according to allegations released by the UK government
Kim Jong Un has quietly built a 7,000-man cyber army that gives North Korea an edge nuclear weapons don’t
"This is not hacking; this is cyber warfare"
The Pentagon's cyber security might be at risk if they don't take action.
DoD agency suffers data breach, potentially compromising Social Security numbers
The Defense Information Systems Agency, an arm of the U.S. Department of Defense that handles secure communications and IT for the president and others, confirmed that it experienced a data breach in the middle of 2019. The agency has revealed little about the incident.
Families of deployed 82nd Airborne soldiers warned about social media use after receiving threatening messages
"Go back to your country. You and your terrorist clown president brought nothing but terrorism," one message said.
Russian military hackers reportedly tried to steal emails from the Ukrainian energy company at the center of US impeachment scandal
The same hacking group, known as "Fancy Bear" by cybersecurity researchers, breached the Democratic National Committee in 2016
Army recruiters are still using TikTok amid national security probe
The U.S. military has not issued any warnings about using the highly popular Chinese-owned social media app TikTok in the wake of reports that the U.S. government has launched a review into possible national security risks.
Hackers could have breached US bioterrorism defenses for years, records show. We’ll never know if they did
The Department of Homeland Security stored sensitive data from the nation's bioterrorism defense program on an insecure website where it was vulnerable to attacks by hackers for over a decade, according to government documents reviewed by The Los Angeles Times
North Korea has generated $2 billion for weapons programs by hacking banks and crypto exchanges
North Korea has generated an estimated $2 billion for its weapons of mass destruction programs using "widespread and increasingly sophisticated" cyber attacks to steal from banks and cryptocurrency exchanges.
Chinese Intelligence Officers Charged In US With Jet Engine Hacking Conspiracy
Two Chinese intelligence officers and a group of alleged hackers have been charged in San Diego on accusations of infiltrating...
This Marine Proved Russia Hacked The DNC’s Emails — And Now, He’s Talking
The Marines have fought in every clime and place where they could take a gun. But it turns out they’re...
An Anonymous Hacker May Have Compromised John Kelly’s Cell Phone. It’s Only A Sign Of Things To Come
Trump administration officials “believe” that the White House Chief of Staff John Kelly’s personal cell phone was “compromised” while he...
Accused NSA Leaker May Be Treated Harshly As An Example, Experts Say
Her family calls Reality Leigh Winner a patriot who may have made some mistakes but acted with conviction for the...
The Birthplace Of Google Is Now Developing Military Tech
A group of students at Stanford University in California are coming up with ideas for next-generation defense products. Part of...