U.S. is getting better fighting ISIS online
The commanding general of Army Cyber Command said this week the U.S. military has gotten better at countering ISIS’s digital operations over the last six months.
How the private sector can help the government stymie ISIS’ spread
Google’s tech incubator Jigsaw created a targeted advertising campaign to direct potential ISIS recruits to videos that debunk extremist narratives.
Report: Terrorists are big fans of VPNs
Jihadists are increasingly relying on virtual private networks, or VPNs, and proxy services to avoid law enforcement, according to a new report from New York City-based security firm Flashpoint.
U.S. military rebooting ISIL-focused cyberwar task force
The U.S. military has established a special cyberwar task force at U.S. Cyber Command in Fort Meade, Md., to carry out cyberattacks against ISIS in Syria and Iraq, after disappointment at the ineffectual character of initial efforts, reports said Friday.
Inside the tech being used to combat ISIL online
The State Department's Global Engagement Center is and will continue to look to Silicon Valley for talent and technology.
Twitter takedowns of ISIL accounts working, says report
A methodical suspension campaign by the social media company has severely diminished the terrorist organization’s capacity to distribute propaganda