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."

The Internet of Things Is a Cyberwar Nightmare

Dave Weinstein wrote for Foreign Policy about the future of cyberwar.

Whodunnit? Russia and Coercion through Cyberspace

Rob Morgus wrote in War on the Rocks about Russian hackers.

The Next President Will Decide the Fate of Killer Robots - and the Future of War

Heather Roff and Peter Singer wrote for Wired about the cybersecurity and cyberwar implications of the next President.

Robocops Are Here. It’s Time to Create Rules for How Police Can Use Them.

Peter W. Singer and Emefa Addo Agawu wrote for Vox about robocops and the police.

How the U.S. Could Respond to the DNC Breach

Laura Bate writes for Slate on how the United States could respond to Russia in the wake of the DNC breach.

The Democrats' Other Server Problem

Josphine Wolff writes for Slate that the DNC should have outsourced its email to Google, Yahoo, or another major company.

Inside the ISIS Enlistment Files: All Jihad is Local

Nate Rosenblatt, the author of International Security's new report "All Jihad is Local," wrote in DefenseOne about the report's findings.

Privacy From What?

Josephine Wolff wrote for Slate about a new play starring Daniel Radcliffe that shows just how muddled our conversations about data are.