Defense One Radio, Ep. 117: Spies in the balloon?

We review the latest ups and downs in the U.S.-China relationship, which has been shaken by allegations of spying via aerostat.

Biden Vows to Add Feds at Border, Boost Efforts to Reduce Crossings

The administration will also expand humanitarian programs, though staffing shortfalls could hurt implementation.

Feds Order Review Of Electrical-Grid Security After Substation Shootings

The organization that sets the grid's reliability standards must report within three months on its rules for physical security.

New Ranking Member Could Shake up a Key Senate Oversight Committee

A new Republican on the Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs Committee wants the body to "reassert itself."

No ‘Specific or Credible’ Cyber Attacks Hurt Election's Integrity, CISA Says

Despite “a handful” of DDoS attacks targeting state and local election websites and some technical glitches affecting voting equipment, CISA says it saw “no activity” that should undermine faith in the election results.

Former CISA Head: Election Lies Are a 'Risk to Democracy'

Election misinformation is a “tactical and strategic" threat, as are the election deniers running for office, Chris Krebs said.

Every State But One Uses Federally Banned Foreign Tech, Report Says

More than 1,600 state and local government entities have purchased products or services from blackballed Chinese companies, CSET report finds.

How the FBI Stumbled in the War on Cybercrime

In an excerpt from their new book, the authors reveal how unprepared the nation’s top federal law enforcement agency was to combat online crime.