The military has a new doctrinal approach to cyber.
Great-power strategic competition, defend forward, and prepare for war: These are the three central tenets of the newly released summary of the 2018
This pretty much covers any thing, any time, any where. Might as well put a 7th SFG insignia on it.
The Department of Defense has released a summary of its 2018 Cyber Strategy Report. The document is below:
The House and Senate intelligence committees have put forth a draft of their priorities for the intelligence community in 2019.
Privacy International, the ACLU, and the Buffalo School of Law filed a series of FOIA requests seeking records about the use of hacking tools by U.S. federal law enforcement agencies.
Here’s what we need to do to prepare.
A successful cyber doctrine must epitomize Clausewitz’s argument in favor of an active or attack-based defense, found in a relatively unknown but rich section of On War entitled “Methods of Resistance.”
Source: The Strategy Bridge
The Dutch expelled two Russian agents preparing a cyber attack on a Swiss lab, officials say, adding a new twist to Moscow’s clashes with the West.
Spies vs. Spiez … on the bright side, this madness has been going on for some time now!
Three representatives asked the Director of National Intelligence to create a report about how deepfakes could be used against the U.S. by hostile nations.