On a voice vote, lawmakers in the House of Representatives passed legislation on Monday, June 25, 2018 aimed at addressing the cybersecurity of critical infrastructure in the U.S. This bill follows its approval by the House Homeland Security Committee earlier in June. It also comes on the heels of numerous reports throughout the spring of […]
Olav Ofstad’s new book, Surviving Kidnappers: Precautions, Influence, Strategic Tools, addresses a security issue that is unlikely in the United States but quite possible in many third-world countries, including Mexico, Latin America, Africa, and parts of the Middle East, chaotic parts of eastern Europe, and Russia.
There’s always something new going on in the world of cybersecurity! We’ve rounded up a few items that you may have missed in the past couple of weeks, from spyware invading apps to new car hacks to FBI recommendations for private businesses.
The second massive cyberattack in the past two months is as crippling as the first. Petya ransomware attacks infrastructure that supports national governments and corporations. Is the onslaught of ransomware attacks becoming a new normal?
A woman who worked for Pluribus International, an Alexandria, Virginia-based records contractor for the U.S. government, was arrested on June 5 for allegedly turning over a secret document to an online news organization called The Intercept. Reality Winner, 25, was arrested at her Georgia home by the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) for violating the […]