NATO, G-7 leaders promise bulwark against retaliatory Russian cyberattacks

by Tim Starks

The pledges follow the Biden administration saying that Russia's calculus on digital assaults had changed.

Ukraine, looking to fortify itself against Russian attacks, admitted to NATO cyber center

by Suzanne Smalley

Ukraine joins the vaunted cyberdefense organization in the midst of war.

NATO tests its hand defending against blended cyber-disinformation attacks

by Shannon Vavra

NATO is testing out the reach of collective defense in the cyber realm.

Pentagon’s next cyber policy guru predicts more collective responses in cyberspace

by Shannon Vavra

There’s a groundswell of support for making collective countermeasures in cyberspace lawful despite an uncertain legal landscape.

Australia and Portugal join NATO cyber cooperative

by Zaid Shoorbajee

The countries are joining the same week that the NATO group is holding its annual Locked Shields cyberdefense exercise.

Global malware attack 'most likely' carried out by a nation-state, NATO-sponsored researchers say

by Patrick Howell O'Neill

“In the case of NotPetya, significant improvements have been made to create a new breed of ultimate threat," researcher Bernhards Blumbergs said.