President Obama’s homeland-security adviser hinted that it might help deter foreign cyberattacks.
It could be to prevent Trump from extending them even more.
The president-elect’s latest statement brought him closer to the position of the intelligence community.
Casting doubt on security experts’ ability to identify the culprits behind cyberattacks could make it hard to deter the next one.
The president-elect seems more interested in how results of Obama’s probe into Russia’s election-related hacking were leaked to the press than in the intelligence itself.
In many states, employers aren’t barred from monitoring workers’ locations after hours or without their consent.
A botched article about an attack on the power grid was bad reporting—but it doesn't mean attributing cyberattacks is impossible.
The government is dismantling a dormant program that was used to track people from Muslim-majority countries.
A lot, according to a new report
A program that targeted visitors from Muslim-majority countries was phased out in 2011—but unless it’s dismantled completely, Donald Trump could easily reinstate it.
Cyberwar is so new that it's hard to know what a proportional response looks like.
Some users might see the site’s alerts as evidence that a news source is more trustworthy.
Yes and no.
Hackers stole data from more than a billion user accounts.
A misleading email from a campaign staffer was just one mistake that helped Russian hackers steal data from Democrats.
Assigning blame for cyberattacks is difficult, but experts do often identify the culprits.
Unlike his predecessor, the president-elect doesn’t seem to trust the intelligence community to investigate state-sponsored hackers.
His decision may have cost Clinton the presidency.
A report will be shared with lawmakers before Trump’s inauguration, a top advisor said Friday.
Suffering a data breach is like discovering that someone rummaged through your bag when you weren’t looking. It’s a jarring…