North Korea's Internet Outage: Whodunit?
By Ankit Panda
Sochi Threat: Russia-U.S. Need to Cooperate on Cyber Terror
By Richard Andres and Eirene Busa
Simulating a Cyber Attack
Last week the Patterson School simulated a cyber attack against U.S. defense contractors. The results were not encouraging.
How to Save Cyberspace
The U.S. is increasingly dependent on the Internet for its well-being. It makes its lack of preparedness for cyberattacks from China, Russia and others all the more worrying.
The Danger of Patriotic Geeks
Governments in Asia may see patriotic hackers as the answer to their cyber vulnerabilities. But cyber militias will likely only destabilize the region.
A Tough Cyber Year
From Stuxnet to Anonymous, it has been a year of high-profile cyber attacks. Expect plenty more in 2012.
Was Russia Behind Stuxnet?
The U.S. and Israel are widely assumed to be responsible for the Stuxnet computer worm that hit Iran’s nuclear facilities. But Moscow has just as good a motive.
China’s Cyber Moves Hurting Beijing
China isn’t the only country engaged in cyber espionage. But perceptions of its increased activity risk undermining its soft power diplomacy.
China’s Arab Spring Cyber Lessons
The Arab Spring has offered some useful pointers for countries such as China about what works in suppressing dissent — and what is counterproductive.
China Fears 'Toxic' Rumours
The Communist Party’s crackdown on ‘toxic’ Internet rumours is misguided. The tighter it squeezes freedom, the more credibility slips through its hands.
Wrong on China Cyber Assaults
Why blaming the Obama administration for US firms’ cyber vulnerabilities misses the point.
Is Huawei a Security Risk?
Is China’s Huawei a cyber security risk? Western governments have some reasonable grounds for concern.