Research questions potentially dangerous implications of Ukraine's IT Army

by AJ Vicens

Volunteer hacking efforts could unwittingly pull countries or private companies into a murky geopolitical mess, a researcher says.

Zelenskyy deepfake crude, but still might be a harbinger of dangers ahead

by Suzanne Smalley

A deepfake video of Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy was quickly removed from Meta's platform, but experts called it worrisome nonetheless.

Study: Zero-days rediscovered much faster

by Shaun Waterman

The report comes as White House cybersecurity czar Rob Joyce says he is reviewing the Vulnerability Equities Process — the policy structure that decides whether zero-days found by U.S. agencies should be disclosed to the manufacturer.

Report: International nonprofit would ease work of cyber-attribution

by Shaun Waterman

Attributing cyberattacks and other malicious online activities is tough. The RAND Corp. has an idea for cutting through the public skepticism that lies beyond the technical difficulties.

Zero-day study: Hoarding exploits less harmful than generally thought

by Shaun Waterman

A new study from the RAND Corp. upends much of the conventional wisdom on zero day vulnerability disclosure — they are rarely discovered independently, which makes hoarding them more effective.