A team of researchers have published a new report detailing how Amazon, Microsoft, Google, Facebook, and Twitter have profited from the global campaign of violence.
Department of Homeland Security workers will have the opportunity to work up to 60 days supporting an "extraordinary initiative"—or not.
“It is the most significant terrorism-related threat to our homeland right now,” Secretary of Homeland Security told VICE News in an exclusive interview.
The group's founder, a former Homeland Security employee who is living in Russia, has retaken a leadership position after briefly leaving the organization.
The new program is touted as a “preventative” approach.
A joint FBI-DHS-CISA report said that the SVR, the Russian foreign intelligence service behind the SolarWinds hack, uses Cock.li.
Motherboard has found procurement records detailing Wickr's first public U.S. law enforcement contract.
The documents provide more insight into the dynamics between DHS and airlines, which are increasingly deploying biometric boarding at their gates.
We still don't know a lot about the extent of the damage from alleged Russian government hackers' intrusions against more than 18,000 victims. But it’s clear supply chain hacks are becoming more common.
A 2013 report, newly unearthed under access to information laws, shows how GPS is vulnerable to disruption.
The DEA cancelled its contract with Venntel, which obtains granular location data from ordinary apps and sells access to law enforcement agencies.
New documents show how Venntel, which sells some of its location data to ICE, CBP, and the FBI, obtains the information from ordinary apps.