Adapt or die: The national security implications of a globalized tech market
The federal government needs to embrace global trends in the technology market or face irrelevance, officials and executives said.
Why the public may never know who hacked the DNC
DNC hack, Cybersecurity attack Attribution by White House, Government Policy
Here’s how the government will now respond to cyberattacks
President Barack Obama announced new measures Tuesday to clarify policies and procedures on how the government should both prepare and respond to various classes of cyberattacks.
Clinton aides could face security hurdles, say lawyers
Some of Hillary Clinton’s most important aides like former deputy chief of staff Huma Abedin and senior policy advisor Jake Sullivan could be denied security clearances in the future given their role in communicating highly secret material over Clinton's insecure home-brew personal email account.