Threats

War with China not inevitable, Taiwan government officials say

“We are small, but we are not alone,” deputy foreign affairs minister says.

Threats

African governments express rising alarm about Russian disinformation

It has helped drive instability that “is at the cusp of affecting coastal West Africa,” AFRICOM chief says.

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Russian used US systems for pre-invasion attack on Ukraine, US says

The 22-year-old allegedly used an unnamed U.S. company's "infrastructure" to inject WhisperGate malware into Ukrainian government networks.

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DHS details how AI could amplify biological, chemical threats

While access to laboratory facilities is still a hurdle, a new report notes that cloud labs could allow the stealthy development of weapons components. 

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US blacklists Kaspersky software over alleged Kremlin ties

The Commerce Department says its products could expose sensitive data; company denies it.

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Nine takeaways from ProPublica's investigation into Microsoft’s cybersecurity failures

A whistleblower repeatedly tried to get the tech giant to fix a security flaw that left millions of users exposed—including contractors, the State Department, and the National Nuclear Security Administration.