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Under Trump, U.S. ramps up cyber offense against other countries
on June 24, 2019 at 4:00 am
WASHINGTON — With little public scrutiny, the U.S. military has drastically stepped up its secret hacking of foreign computer networks in a new effort to keep China, Russia, Iran and other adversaries on their heels, current and former U.S. officials tell NBC News.Empowered with new legal authority from both Congress and President Donald Trump, the military's elite cyber force has conducted more operations in the first two years of the Trump administration than it did in eight years under Obama, officials say — including against Russia, despite Trump's well-documented affinity for Vladimir Putin.The general in charge of the push, Paul Nakasone, has spoken about the new policy in cryptic terms such as "persistent engagement," and "defending forward," without explaining what that means. […]
Forensic firm used by police targeted in cyber attack
on June 23, 2019 at 7:00 am
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Iranian cyberattacks against the U.S. are on the rise, CrowdStrike and FireEye say
on June 23, 2019 at 6:45 am
The Department of Homeland Security said in a warning issued on Saturday there's been a recent rise in malicious cyber activity directed at U.S. industries and government agencies by Iranian regime actors and proxies. "Iranian regime actors and proxies are increasingly using destructive 'wiper' attacks, looking to do much more than just steal data and money. These efforts are often enabled through common tactics like spear phishing, password spraying, and credential stuffing."— Christopher Krebbs, Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency director […]
Hackers are turning our AI security systems against us — but they can be stopped
on June 23, 2019 at 6:30 am
Many organizations install advanced security systems to protect themselves against APTs and other emerging threats – with many of these systems themselves utilizing AI and machine-learning techniques. Steps organizations can take include paying more attention to basic security, shoring up their AI-based security systems to better detect the tactics hackers use, and educating personnel on the dangers of phishing tactics and other methods used by hackers to compromise system. Hackers have learned to compromise AI How are hackers co-opting our AI? Another tactic involves what I call “bobbing and weaving,” where hackers insert signals and processes that have no effect on the IT system at all – except to train the AI system to see these as normal. Companies that install advanced AI security systems tend to become complacent about cybersecurity, believing that the system will protect them, and that by installing it they’ve assured their safety. Hardening the AI: One tactic hackers use to attack is inundating an AI system with low-quality data in order to confuse it. […]
Pentagon launched secret digital strike on Iranian spy group: report
on June 22, 2019 at 12:45 pm
U.S. Cyber Command launched a retaliatory digital strike Thursday night against an Iranian spy group responsible for last week’s bombings of two oil tankers, Yahoo News reported, citing two former intelligence officials. The group, which is affiliated with the Iranian Revolutionary Guard Corps, has reportedly digitally tracked and targeted military and civilian vessels passing through the Strait of Hormuz over the past several years, enabling it today to launch attacks on ships in the region. Lewandowski' at hearing Trump confirms US was 'cocked and loaded' for Iran strike MORE then authorized, but later scrapped, retaliatory military strikes against Iran after learning that up to 150 Iranians could be killed. Iranian efforts to target ships in the region have become increasingly sophisticated in recent years, a former intelligence official told Yahoo News. Beyond ships, Iran claimed in 2011 to have hacked into the digital system of a U.S. drone to bring it to Iranian shores. […]