The move is a nod to the realization that the cyber war is expanding.
The Defense Department is testing a range of operations intended to disrupt ISIS’ online activities.
Lawmakers have criticized a proposal to regulate the export of hacking technology.
“To protect ourselves, it is not enough to keep making fixes after every breach.”
Defense and intelligence officials took heat in a Senate hearing Tuesday.
The Chinese president addressed hacking allegations in the first speech of a U.S. visit.
The Anthem and White House hacks were accomplished using surprisingly simple methods.
The bill not only threatens Americans' privacy; it may threaten our national security.
“Drivers shouldn’t have to choose between being connected and being protected,” Sen. Markey said.
Candidates say Obama should have been tougher over Chinese cyber attacks.
A security firm caught onto the plan in recent days, possibly averting an incident.
The defect could affect millions of heavily-trafficked Web pages.
Su Bin admitted to conspiring to hack into defense contractors' networks to steal military data.
"White hat" hackers are ready to discover vulnerabilities, and one company is making that happen.
The hacking group claims it took down a Trump website.
The breach spanned seven hotels across the country.
Decisions can be based on information the user doesn't even know has been manipulated.
The remarks come as China's Xi is set to arrive in D.C. for an official state visit.
The group made over $100 million from trades made on advance information.
Agencies and lawmakers are suddenly rushing to protect vehicles from cyberattacks.
She called the spate of cyberattacks "a serious threat."
Countries put up barriers to U.S. exports, saying it's to protect themselves from snooping.
Air Force's top cyber official says outside groups are peeking into U.S. networks.
Industry groups are on the cusp of a big win this week.