Can We Trust Robots to Make Moral Decisions?

Patrick Lin wrote for Quartz about the moral realities of trusting robots.

Rules of Cyber Engagement

Robert Morgus wrote for Slate about the blurry, grey lines of war in the 21st Century.

A Brief Guide to the Weapons of Cyberconflict

Trey Herr wrote for Slate about the weapons employed in the new era of war.

Human Weakness in Cybersecurity

Hackers don’t need to access classified email to get important information.

The FBI Should Stop Undermining Norms Before They Take Root

Reports surfaced last month suggesting that Carnegie Mellon University (CMU) has been helping the FBI crack Tor.

Moving Beyond Breaches

New America's Robert Morgus and Trey Herr are joined by XL Catlin's Elissa Doroff and Facebook's Jen Weedon to examine whether we need to...

Team Obama Knows China Is Behind the OPM Hack. Why Won’t They Say So?

Intelligence agencies jealously guard their techniques for monitoring China’s armies of hackers and tracing attacks back to them, fearful th

The Reality of Cyberwar

War—the real kind of war—not the way we use the term to describe everything from anti-drug to anti-Yuletide decoration campaigns, involves t

FBI Boss: Your Crypto Is Confusing to Me

Using encryption, Comey said, persons of interest could “go dark” and communicate without law enforcement being able to eavesdrop. He was un

The Cybersecurity Podcast

New America's monthly podcast with CSM Passcode featuring leading cybersecurity thinkers and doers

Hillary’s Secret Email Was a Cyberspy’s Dream Weapon

But the fact that Clinton’s private email was now public means she was not just putting her own information at risk, but potentially those i

Top Spy: Small Hacks Are Bigger Threat Than ‘Cyber Armageddon’

On January 5, 2010, the chief of the CIA’s secretive paramilitary operations division accused one of the agency’s elite undercover operative