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Senate Panel To Probe Russian Hacking, Links To Campaigns

5 days agoNews : Huffington Post

WASHINGTON, Jan 13 (Reuters) - The leaders of the Senate Intelligence Committee said the panel will investigate allegations Russia used cyber attacks to influence the U.S. presidential election, including any links between Russia and...Show More Summary

Europe erects defenses to counter Russia's information war

BERLIN (Reuters) - Nations in Europe, where Germany and France this year hold elections, are erecting defenses to counter possible Russian cyber attacks and disinformation to sway Western politics, but intelligence experts say this might be too little and too late.

Mike Pompeo confirmation hearing for Central Intelligence Agency director, liveblog #2

The hearing continues … x YouTube Video Thursday, Jan 12, 2017 · 4:59:52 PM +00:00 · Meteor Blades McCain asks what Pompeo thinks it will take to deter V. Putin on cyber attacks and other matters. Pompeo blahs-blahs again with nothing...Show More Summary

Ghacks Deals: The Comprehensive Cyber Threat Analysis Bundle (97% off)

The Comprehensive Cyber Threat Analysis Bundle consists of two Cyber Security eLearning courses. The first course, Cyber Security Threat Intelligence Researcher, covers the different phases of research such as hunting, behavior extraction and tracking. Show More Summary

Amazon quietly purchased a cybersecurity firm — here's 3 ways Amazon could use the technology (AMZN)

This story was delivered to BI Intelligence Apps and Platforms Briefing subscribers. To learn more and subscribe, please click here. Amazon's cloud business, AWS, quietly purchased cyber security company for around $19 million,...Show More Summary

Daily Deal: The Comprehensive Cyber Threat Analysis Bundle

last weekIndustries / Law : Techdirt

Learn the tricks of cyber intelligence and security with the $44 Comprehensive Cyber Threat Analysis Bundle. You'll learn how to hunt for malware and other threats using a variety of tools. The courses also cover understanding and practicing...Show More Summary

Why AI must be redefined as ‘augmented intelligence

GUEST: Popular visions of artificial intelligence often focus on robots and the dystopian future they will create for humanity, but to understand the true impact of AI, its skeptics and detractors should look at the future of cybersecurity. The reason is simple: If we have any hope of winning the war on cybercrime, we have no […]

Priebus Says Trump Accepts Intel Community's Russia Conclusions, Obama Insists He Didn't Underestimate Putin, Red Nova Could Occur Within Five Years: A.M. Links

last weekNews : Reason

Reince Priebus says Donald Trump accepts the intelligence community's conclusion about Russia's role in election-related cyber attacks. Barack Obama insisted in an interview on ABC News that he did not underestimate Vladimir Putin but may have underestimated the impact of "cyberhacking and so forth on our open societies". Show More Summary

Trump accepts intel on Russian hacking — and might even do something about it, aide says

last weekNews : The Raw Story

President-elect Donald Trump accepts the U.S. intelligence community’s conclusion that Russia engaged in cyber attacks during the U.S. presidential election and may take action in response, his incoming chief of staff said on Sunday. Reince Priebus said Trump believed Russia was behind the...

Priebus: Trump Accepts Russia Is to Blame for Election-Season Hacking

President-elect Donald Trump accepts the conclusion by the intelligence community that Russia was to blame for a string of cyber attacks during the presidential election, incoming White House chief of staff Reince Priebus said Sunday. Show More Summary

Intelligence Report Determines Russia Influenced U.S. Election Without Presenting Evidence 

The saga of the did-they-didn’t-they Russian cyber hacks continues. On Friday, the Office of the Director of National Intelligence released a report that determined Russian President Vladimir Putin personally, “ordered an influence campaign in 2016 aimed at the U.S. presidential election.” Then it proceeded not to… Read more...

U.S. Intelligence report says Putin directed cyber campaign aimed at getting Trump elected

WASHINGTON (Reuters) – Russian President Vladimir Putin ordered “an influence campaign” in 2016 aimed at the U.S. presidential election with the goal of undermining the democratic process and denigrating Democratic rival Hillary Clinton, a new, declassified intelligence report said on Friday. Show More Summary

Cyber experts report 'chasing ghosts' after US warning

After the U.S. government disclosed its first technical report publicly connecting Russia's intelligence services to U.S. hacking, the phones started ringing inside cybersecurity firm Rendition Infosec LLC.

We should punish Russia further, lawmakers say after U.S. report on election hacking

The release Friday of a U.S. intelligence report that clearly says Russia interfered in the U.S. presidential campaign galvanized support in Congress for punishing Russia further and strengthening cyber defenses. … Click to Continue...

Trump to order anti-hacking plan within 90 days of taking office: statement

last weekNews : The Raw Story

President-elect Donald Trump said he had a “constructive” meeting with members of U.S. intelligence agencies on Friday and plans to appoint a team to give him a plan to combat cyber attacks within 90 days of taking office on Jan. 20. “While Russia, China, other countries, outside...

Breaking News: Unclassified/Declassified US Intelligence Community Report on Russian Cyber, Influence, Desinformaziya, and Kompromat Operations to Now Be Released as Soon as this Afternoon

Breaking: declassified review of #Russian election-related hacking to be released as soon as this afternoon – source tells #CNN — Jim Sciutto (@jimsciutto) January 6, 2017 This situation is now increasingly fluid. For whatever reasons, either the Administration, the DNI, or both in consultation with each other have decided to not wait until Monday afternoon […]

President-elect Trump Needs To Prepare To Fight A Massive Information War

Dan Goure Security, There have been accusations that Russian intelligence agencies are funding political parties in Europe.  Yesterday’s hearings by the Senate Armed Services Committee on cyber threats highlighted the fact that the United States is at war on multiple fronts with Russia, China and several lesser powers. Show More Summary

Trump: Hacking had 'no effect' on election

After a briefing with the U.S. intelligence community, Donald Trump said cyber attacks did not influence the presidential election.

U.S. Intelligence Agencies: Putin Ordered Interference Campaign To Help Trump Win

Besides the tragic shooting at an airport in Fort Lauderdale, the intelligence community has released their official report on Russia’s cyber...

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