The battle over Ukraine's election is a preview for what the U.S. can expect in 2020.
“A good rule of thumb on any issue is that it is a bad look when Russia, North Korea, and Iran are with you, but most of the rest of the world is not.”
One attack cracked the admin password on a weapons system in nine seconds.
The U.S. wants to do more like the joint campaign to counteract the online efforts of Islamic State in Syria and Iraq.
Some in the intelligence industry are wary about what powers Trump is handing to his agencies and the Pentagon
Documents obtained by Motherboard give insight into how hackers at CYBERCOM prepare before launching offensive cyber operations, including figuring out how likely an attack will be attributed back to them.
“Although tensions with Russia are at an all-time high, the threat of retaliatory cyberattacks is overblown.”
“Russia is ripping up the rulebook by undermining democracy."
After reviewing a full report from the US intelligence community, the president-elect concluded the hacks had "absolutely no effect on the outcome of the election."
Gone are the days of spies dressed in suits and sunglasses, tailing suspects across cities. Now, the best way for a government to spy on a target is malicious computer software.