GENEVA — For 70 years, meetings between American presidents and Soviet or Russian leaders were dominated by one looming threat: the vast nuclear arsenals that…View More Once, Superpower Summits Were About Nukes. Now, It’s Cyberweapons.
Law enforcement also has an advantage when it gets ahold of digital devices. Despite claims from Apple, Google and even the Justice Department that smartphones…View More Bitcoin and Encryption: A Race Between Criminals and the F.B.I.
That is true, because the Pentagon Papers case set the press free to publish secrets in ways that were unimaginable in 1971. Reporting on drone…View More How the Pentagon Papers Shaped the Power of the Free Press
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WASHINGTON — The Justice Department said on Monday that it had seized much of the ransom that a major U.S. pipeline operator had paid last…View More U.S. Seizes Share of Ransom From Hackers in Colonial Pipeline Attack
‘Playing with fire’ These days, Mr. Panetta has swapped analogies. Like most Californians, he has fire on his mind. The former secretary of defense resides…View More Are We Waiting for Everyone to Get Hacked?
WASHINGTON — The Biden administration is sounding increasingly urgent alarms about high-profile ransomware attacks that have caused widespread gas shortages, shut meat processing plants and…View More F.B.I. Director Compares Ransomware Danger to 9/11 Threat
Last week, Mr. Biden acted through executive order in an effort to force some of those changes on the pipeline industry, using the Transportation Safety…View More White House Warns Companies to Act Now on Ransomware Defenses
The M.T.A.’s systems appear to have been attacked on two days in the second week of April, and the access continued at least until the…View More The M.T.A. Is Breached by Hackers as Cyberattacks Surge