The widespread compromise affecting key government agencies is ongoing, according to the U.S. government. The U.S. government has identified Russia as the “likely” culprit behind the widespread SolarWinds cyberattack that has so far affected multiple federal agencies and private-sector companies. Cyberespionage is cited as the motivation behind the attack, which . . . Read more
President Trump fired US cybersecurity chief over Twitter Tuesday, an act widely condemned within the cybersecurity community.
Chris Krebs, the first and current director of the CISA, said his protection of election process drew ire from Trump administration. Top U.S. cybersecurity official Christopher Krebs said he expects to be fired by the Trump administration after he delivered a secure presidential election that didn’t go in the current . . . Read more
Hackers claim to have access to classified information linking the president to the origin of the coronavirus and criminal collusion with foreign actors.
Messages that threaten people to ‘vote for Trump or else’ are part of foreign adversaries’ attempts to interfere with the Nov. 3 election, according to feds. Federal officials claim that Iranian threat actors are behind two separate email campaigns that assailed Democratic voters this week with threats to “vote for Trump . . . Read more