SolarWinds hack may have been much wider than first thought

The scope of the SolarWinds hack keeps growing. The New York Times has conducted interviews indicating that the allegedly Russia-backed campaign was much further-reaching than initially believed….

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Trump administration proposes splitting Cyber Command from the NSA

The Trump administration elevated the role of Cyber Command in 2018, and now it’s apparently ready to give the division its own berth. Defense One reports that…

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Judge rules FBI, NSA broke the law and court orders with data collection

If you were concerned that federal agents might play fast and loose with the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act’s Section 702 while gathering data, your worries were well-founded….

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The NSA tells military personnel to avoid using location services

The National Security Agency (NSA) has shared new guidance with US military and intelligence personnel, suggesting they take additional precautions to safeguard their location data. The agency…

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Hitting the Books: The media’s role in history’s most damaging data dump

We humans are a deeply gullible bunch, willing to credulously believe any half truth, even outright lie, so long as it aligns with our existing opinions and…

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