This week's CYBER is the tale of Banjo, a mass surveillance machine for the state of Utah.
Remember when they did the Sony hack? Well they’re still at it.
While other federal agencies admit everything, up to spending tens of thousands a year to maintain channels like #churchfart, the CIA will neither confirm nor deny.
"Even once it’s cracked, it’s gonna be a riddle, something that’s still controversial and hard to figure out," the creator of the Kryptos puzzle sculpture says.
It was once the hacking bogeyman, but now it seems no more.
Iranian hackers are a threat, but is it being overblown?
Iran lacks the overall cyber capabilities of Russia, China, or the U.S., but its hackers can still do damage.
This decade had a lot of hackers, beefs, and spies. Maybe even too many.
In 2019, the American war machine doesn’t simply need soldiers, helicopters, or F-22s. It also needs hackers.
Snowden published his memoir, "Permanent Record," and the US government doesn't want him to make any money off of it.
The United States' top digital surveillance agency is using an off-the-shelf version of Slack. For what? They should tell us!
On this week’s CYBER, we map out how the secretive Silicon Valley company influences the very technological landscape of the modern world.