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How Worried Should We Really Be About Security Firm Kaspersky Lab’s Ties to Russia?

Josephine Wolff wrote for the Slate Future Tense blog on the existence -- if any -- of Kaspersky Lab's ties to the Russian government:


Exactly How Stupid of an Idea Is a U.S.-Russia Cybersecurity Unit?

Josephine Wolff wrote for the Slate Future Tense blog on the ill-advised idea of creating a joint U.S.-Russia cybersecurity unit.


Eastern European Countries Are Getting Very Good at Responding to Cyberattacks

Josephine Wolff wrote for Slate about Estonia's and Ukraine's strong responses to cyberattacks.


The Main Revelation from the GOP Data Firm’s Leak? Political Data Is Vastly Overvalued.

Josephine Wolff wrote for Slate on the data leakage from Deep Root Analytics, firm that compiled voter data for the RNC.


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What's Going to Stop Russia Next Time?

What's Going to Stop Russia Next Time?


The Major Component Missing From Trump's Executive Order on Cybersecurity

When it comes to cybersecurity, your daily life might be far more affected by your state or city government than national policy.


The Cyber Workforce Gap: A National Security Liability?

Current data shows a talent shortfall of 40,000 unfilled cybersecurity jobs per year in the United States


Malicious Cyber Capability Is Spreading. How Do We Stop It?

It’s easier than ever to launch a large-scale attack using leaked information.


Smart City Tech Would Make Military Bases Safer

Ted Johnson wrote an article for Wired about applying smart technologies to military bases.


Practicing Good Personal Cybersecurity Isn’t Just About Protecting Yourself

Josephine Wolff wrote for Slate about good personal cybersecurity.


The Ransomware Attack That Locked Hotel Guests Out of Their Rooms

Josephine Wolff wrote for Slate about the ransomware attack that locked guests out of their hotel rooms.


Predicting Corporate Intelligence Agencies in the 1960s

Brian Nussbaum wrote for War on the Rocks about the privatization of intelligence and Bill Fair’s prediction of a “corporate CIA."