New House Foreign Affairs Committee Chairman Vows Pompeo Investigations Will Continue
Rep. Gregory Meeks, who took the gavel this week, also urged the State Department to reverse its decision to close the last two U.S. consulates in Russia.
Cyberattacks Are on the Decline
But as the Russian hack of the U.S. government shows, they are getting worse.
Trump Ousts Cybersecurity Chief Over Election Claims
The outgoing president continues to spread falsehoods about fraud, even as the recently fired Chris Krebs calls the elections ‘the most secure’ in history.
The Era of Full-Spectrum War Is Here
China won round one, and round two went to Russia. Can the United States and its allies take the third?
Could Cyberattacks Stop the Cultural Genocide in Xinjiang?
State persecution of Muslims in the region depends on high-tech mass surveillance, leaving an open door for other countries to gather intelligence and infiltrate the internment camps.
Privacy and the Pandemic: Time for a Digital Bill of Rights
Democratic governments need digital tools and personal data to combat the crisis, but too much sharing can be dangerous to individuals. How can they strike the right balance?
The U.S.-Iran Standoff Is Militarizing Cyberspace
Trump is keen on cyberattacks to retaliate against Tehran, but that could open Pandora’s box.
Russia and China Are Trying to Set the U.N.’s Rules on Cybercrime
At the United Nations General Assembly, the United States must push back against their agenda.
Scope of Russian Election Hacking Remains Unclear
Volume one of a long-awaited Senate report on Kremlin targeting of election systems finds all 50 states may have been targeted.
Cyberdeterrence Needs People, Not Weapons
Mass mobilization might be the best line of defense in a world of online warfare.
Iran-Linked Hackers Said to Be Ready for Attacks on U.S. Targets
Even if real war doesn’t start, a cyberwar may soon be underway, experts say.
How Pro-Iran Hackers Spoofed FP and the News Media
Fake news articles and tweets sought to cast Saudi Arabia and other rivals of Tehran in a bad light.
The Enduring Mystery of Who Hacked Anthem
A massive breach at the American health insurer was thought to be the work of Chinese spies.
The Future Is Here, and It Features Hackers Getting Bombed
Israeli armed forces responded to a Hamas cyberattack by bombing the group’s hacking headquarters.
Playing Cat and Mouse With Venezuela’s Internet Censors
In an effort to keep the military connected and protesters offline, Maduro embraces nimble internet censorship.
U.S. Tech Needs Hard Lines on China
Researchers must stay aware of how easily AI work can be turned to repressive ends.
Going Toe-to-Toe With Ukraine’s Separatist Hackers
The proliferation of cyberespionage tools empower even small breakaway regions to run digital intelligence operations.
The World This Weekend
FP’s latest on the turmoil in Sudan, Benjamin Netanyahu’s re-election, and Julian Assange’s arrest.
The Navy Wanted a New Cyber Official, but a Housing Scandal Got in the Way
Military families complain of appalling living conditions.