2013 was the year of cybersecurity

An hour-long discussion with Peter Singer and Allan Friedman of Brookings.

North Korea may have secretly engineered computer games to launch mass cyber attack

Free-to-play games may actually be "Trojan Horses" that allow Pyongyang to control your computer.

Why WikiLeaks and Julian Assange hate the WikiLeaks movie

The whistle-blowing organization has spent months campaigning against the film.

Former NSA director’s view of the Internet looks a lot like China’s

Michael Hayden's speech sounded eerily reminiscent of the sort of argument one might hear here in China.

Why the Syrian Electronic Army loves to hack the American media

The apparent attack against the New York Times is the latest in a string.

  • Max Fisher
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  • Syria
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  • Aug 27, 2013

Read and watch: Obama talks about Putin, Snowden and terror threats on Jay Leno

Transcript and video highlights from an interview with lots of foreign policy and national security talk.

  • Max Fisher
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  • Russia
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  • Aug 7, 2013

Why Anonymous hacked the tiny, impoverished island nation of Nauru

The island is the site of a Australian refugee-processing center that one former prime minister called an "Australian gulag."

Hacker group Anonymous is no match for North Korea

Why a group that broke into MasterCard and the Vatican couldn't crack into one of the world's poorest countries.

Chinese hackers referencing PRISM to lure e-mail victims

The e-mail scam purports to share a secret list of U.S. cyber snooping targets.

  • Max Fisher
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  • China
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  • Jun 19, 2013

Obama administration convinced EU to drop measure that would have blocked NSA spying

The revelation may exacerbate European outrage over the PRISM program.

  • Max Fisher
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  • Jun 12, 2013
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