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A leaked letter from the heads of Israel’s major security agencies reveals tensions between the government and the security establishment over the allocation of powers and responsibilities in the cyber realm.
The Hoover Institution has made available video of the event we did at Hoover's DC office with the folks at Intel Security. It was a terrific event, of which we'll be featuring excerpts on this week's Lawfare Podcast. But for those who want to see the whole thing, here are all three sessions.
Defense and deterrence won't prevent cyber-meddling in future elections. The United States should consider cooperation.
The Center for Strategic and International Studies has a report on cybersecurity for the incoming Administration.
Adam Segal examines the international pressures exerted on and by Chinese encryption laws and regulations.
This week on the podcast, Jonathan Zittrain comes on the show as the gang discusses security disclosure mandates, European data protectionists, the FBI's search of Huma Abedin's emails, and more.
Rob Silvers, assistant secretary for cybersecurity policy at DHS, comes on the podcast to talk about DDOS attacks and the Internet of Things. The gang discusses the FBI's collection of phone security fingerprints, an unusual U.K. tribunal ruling, new cybersecurity regulations on the financial industry, and Julian Assange.
State-Sponsored Doxing and Manipulation of the U.S. Election: How Should the U.S. Government Respond?
As Thomas Rid explains in this terrific piece in Esquire, the Russian government has developed a remarkable capacity for blending the fruits of espionage with information operations designed to manipulate public opinion abroad. It has deployed this capacity in the past in various contexts without generating much discussion in U.S. circles, but recent activities apparently designed to impact the U.S.