WASHINGTON — Former Homeland Security Secretary Jeh Johnson says cyberattacks orchestrated by the Russian government did not alter any ballots, ballot counts or the reporting of election results. But Johnson tells the House Intelligence committee that he doesn’t know whether…
By Associated Press
WASHINGTON — Current and former government officials painted a sinister portrait Wednesday of Russian cyberattacks on the United States aimed at interfering in the U.S. presidential election last year. Moscow stockpiled stolen information and selectively disseminated it during the campaign…
By Richard Lardner and Deb Riechmann, Associated Press
The risks posed by the lax security, experts say, go well beyond simple digital snooping. Sophisticated attackers could take advantage of vulnerabilities in the Wi-Fi networks to take over devices like computers or smart phones and use them to record…
By Jeff Larson, ProPublica and Julia Angwin, ProPublica
The past few days have been filled with reports about the ransomware impact on the UK National Health Service. Was the NHS specifically targeted? No. Was it uniquely vulnerable? Yes.
By John Halamka
By Deb Riechmann, Associated Press
Lawmakers heading the Senate intelligence committee focused squarely on Russia as they opened a hearing Thursday on attempts at undermining the 2016 U.S. presidential election.
By Richard Lardner, Associated Press
The Armed Services Committee's cyber threats hearing on Thursday comes a day before the president-elect is to be briefed by the CIA and FBI directors on the investigation into Russia's alleged hacking efforts.
By Joshua Barajas
PBS NewsHour's Judy Woodruff sat down with the outgoing director of the Central Intelligence Agency to discuss the agency's imminent report over the suspected Russian hacking into the U.S. election.
By Jill Colvin, Associated Press
President-elect Donald Trump said he plans to meet with intelligence officials next to week to learn more about allegations of Russian hacking.
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