Tags Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA)

To win the internet, the Pentagon's info ops need more humanity and a dash of absurdity

by Gavin Wilde

U.S. information operations should dispense with deception and obfuscation and embrace truth as well as the absurdity of meme culture.

Online disinformation fuels violent threats against poll workers

by Suzanne Smalley

Election deniers are increasingly being radicalized on alternative sites which lack content moderation, experts say. They believe the disinformation could pose a physical security threat to election workers.

The disinformation threat facing US midterms extends beyond Election Day

by Elias Groll, Suzanne Smalley, AJ Vicens, Benjamin Freed

Experts and national security officials worry that lies and conspiracies about voting could cause voters to reject outcomes or spark violence.

Amid election conspiracy theories, CISA says there's no credible threat to voting equipment

by Christian Vasquez

CISA Director Jen Easterly said the administration is "concerned" about foreign influence during the upcoming elections.

CISA's critical infrastructure performance goals win praise, but questions remain about effectiveness

by Christian Vasquez

The performance goals that industrial cybersecurity experts welcomed could be overshadowed by incoming mandates.

CISA announces cybersecurity performance goals for critical infrastructure

by Christian Vasquez

The voluntary goals are meant to be a starting guide for critical infrastructure in both IT and OT environments.

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