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A Brief History of Russian Hackers’ Evolving False Flags

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Deception has always been part of the hacker playbook. But it’s one thing for intruders to hide their tracks, and another to adopt an invented identity, or even frame another country for a cyberattack. Russia’s hackers have done all of the above, and now have gone one step further. In a series of espionage cases, […]

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DHS and City of Houston Partner to Fight Human Trafficking

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Protecting Faith-Based Communities

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The Air Force Ditches Its Nuclear Command Floppy Disks

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The first thing you should read about cybersecurity this week, if you somehow haven’t already, is this in-depth look at Olympic Destroyer, the malware that plagued the Pyeongchang Olympics. An excerpt from WIRED senior writer Andy Greenberg’s upcoming book Sandworm, the feature from our November issue details how investigators figured out who was behind the […]