abcnews.go.com Sep. 12, 2017
In Persian Gulf, Computer Hacking Now A Cross-Border Fear
From suspected Iranian cyberattacks on Saudi Arabia to leaked emails causing consternation among nominally allied Arab nations, state-sponsored hacks have become an increasing worry among countries across the Persian Gulf. Defending against such attacks has become a major industry in Dubai,...
federalnewsradio.com Aug. 31, 2017
How The Right Cyber Intelligence Can Give Agencies The Upper Hand
Tony Cole, vice president and global government chief technology officer for FireEye, said threat intelligence will help agencies mitigate risks by answering some basic questions about who the attackers are and what they are trying…
salon.com Jul. 26, 2017
International Cyber Security Evidently Not A Trump Priority
Secretary of State Rex Tillerson has his sights on the Office of the Coordinator for Cyber Issues
billmoyers.com Jul. 21, 2017
International Cyber Security Evidently Not A Trump Priority – Billmoyers.com
If there's one thing you can say for Rex Tillerson's leadership of the State Department it is that he doesn't appear all that concerned with the "optics" of his policy changes. We recently reported that Tillerson is poised to shutter the office of war crimes, to the great consternation of human rights advocates and international law experts. Continue reading
information-management.com Jul. 20, 2017
Tillerson Is Said To Shut Cybersecurity Office In State's Reorganization
The secretary of state is shutting down an office that coordinates cyber issues with other countries, in a move that critics said will diminish the U.S. voice in confronting hackers.
ibtimes.co.uk Jun. 7, 2017
What Are Fancy Bear Hackers Up To Now? Montenegro Government Targeted For Joining Nato
Kremlin hackers attempted to access and compromise Montenegro's government and media organisations.