Tag Archives: Cybersecurity

Hacks, leaks & disruptions: Russia – from digital outlier to cyberpower

     

A set of measures to defend digital democracies against disinformation campaigns, hackers and cyberattacks is urgently required, according to Hacks, leaks and disruptions: Russian cyber strategies, a new report from… Read more »

Do cyber adversaries threaten the fabric of democracy?

     

Do cyber adversaries threaten the very fabric of democracy or is cybersecurity so unimportant that the National Security Council can pick up the slack created by not filling the White… Read more »

Countering disinformation: three levels of action

     

Facing one of the clearest domestic threats to the U.S. in a decade, neither the F.B.I., which has the responsibility for conducting counterintelligence inside the United States, nor the O.D.N.I…. Read more »

Russian trolls paid activists to sow discord: how to reduce vulnerability

     

A Russian “troll factory” paid tens of thousands of dollars to unwitting American activists to sow discord in the US, The Times reports: This is the first suggestion of direct… Read more »