Russia is using SpaceX’s Starlink satellite devices in Ukraine, sources say

Elon Musk’s company, once hailed for aiding the besieged country, now appears to be helping its invaders as well.


Expect China to attack US infrastructure within 3 years, MITRE CTO says

The US needs to figure out how to disconnect its industrial-control systems from its networks—and fast, says a top leader of the defense R&D not-for-profit.

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US may cut info-warfare assets as China, Russia expand influence ops

Key psyops units may get squeezed by a Pentagon effort to trim special-operations forces.


Read CISA's security checklist for election offices

From foreign interference to domestic extremists, state and local election officials face more threats than ever.


How the FBI hamstrung a Chinese hacker group

U.S. operatives tricked its botnet into deleting malware from hundreds of networked devices, a cybersecurity firm reports.


Russia may be trying to build 10,000 attack drones a year for use in Ukraine

A purported cache of stolen Iranian documents also suggests Moscow is paying a lot more than expected.


Foreign abusers of commercial spyware hit with new visa restrictions

The Biden administration is hoping to deter the use of advanced surveillance tools.


US launches series of airstrikes in Iraq, Syria

Strikes were a response to deadly drone attack on U.S. troops in Jordan.


China is winning the shipbuilding numbers game—and that’s a problem, INDOPACOM nom says

“We are not overmatched, but I don't like the pace of the trajectory,” said Adm. Samuel Paparo, head of U.S. Pacific Fleet.


Defense One Radio, Ep. 143: Today's far-right terrorism in America

A discussion with the authors of “God, Guns, and Sedition: Far-right Terrorism in America.”