Cyber Policy in the News

By Joe Parkinson and Drew Hinshaw Feb. 18, 2024 1:49 pm ET Christopher Wray warns that pre-positioned malware could be
Report from Sentinel Labs: China launched an offensive media strategy to push narratives around US hacking operations following a joint
Wyden Releases Documents Confirming the NSA Buys Americans’ Internet Browsing Records; Calls on Intelligence Community to Stop Buying U.S. Data
By Gordon G. Chang Jan 22, 2024 Last month, Newsweek reported that the Department of Defense had funded a Chinese-born researcher, Song-Chun Zhu, who
The U.S. presidential election comes at a time of ideal circumstances for disinformation and the people who spread it. By Brandy
By Andrew Jeong Car companies are collecting “too much personal data” from drivers, who have little freedom to opt out,
The question of who is accountable for the proliferation of antisemitism, hate, and extremism online has been hotly debated for
Rep. Don Bacon said he was told of the hacking Monday; he pledged to 'work overtime’ to win passage of
ZDNET's resident presidential scholar takes a deep dive into political campaign deepfakes in the time of generative AI. This affects
Aug. 12, 2023, 10:07 PM EDT / Updated Aug. 13, 2023, 12:48 AM EDT By Kevin Collier LAS VEGAS —  China’s hackers have been positioning