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Sony Hack Is Bad, But the Real Cyberwar Is All Around You

December 22, 2014

Sony is reeling from the effects of its recent massive breach, in which hackers were able to penetrate the company's systems at a deep level -- and make Hollywood insiders blush by releasing troves

Experts: U.S. hurt by Sony movie move

December 18, 2014

Sony Pictures’ stunning self-censorship of the would-be blockbuster comedy “The Interview” amid relentless embarrassing email leaks and threats from North Korean hackers will have a chilling effect

Tech Explosion Makes Cybercrooks Harder to Catch

December 11, 2014

“Cybersecurity seems to be the only crime where you blame the victim,” said Frank Cilluffo, associate vice president and director of the Homeland Security Policy Institute.

Could North Korea Have Hacked Sony Pictures?

December 08, 2014

"Frank Cilluffo leads the Homeland Security Policy Institute at the George Washington University in Washington, D.C.

Sony Pictures hack: how much damage can North Korea's cyber army do?

December 05, 2014

Frank Cilluffo, associate vice president at the George Washington University – where he leads national security and cyber security policy initiatives – said: “DPRK has comparatively decent technica

Maybe North Korea Didn’t Hack Sony Pictures

December 04, 2014

Frank Cilluffo, the co-director of the Cyber Center for National and Economic Security at George Washington University, testified before Congress that North Korea’s cyber-attack prowess “poses an i

The Secret Service's Problems May Be Older and Harder to Fix Than You Thought

October 02, 2014

Christian Beckner of the Homeland Security Policy Institute at George Washington University writes:

Next Secret Service Chief Faces Uphill Climb

October 02, 2014

The Secret Service’s next leader will face a herculean task: Figuring out how to right a listing organization that has seen its morale plunge, its once-elite reputation tarnished and its mission qu

FBI warns cyber sabotage, extortion by disgruntled employees rising

September 27, 2014

Disgruntled workers are increasingly exacting their revenge on their employers by using their access to company computers to engage in cyber-sabotage, the FBI is warning.

U.S. intelligence agencies remain uncertain about danger posed by Islamic State

September 13, 2014

"Groups such as al-Qaeda could recruit some of the Islamic State’s most talented foreign fighters, making them better positioned to strike the West, said Frank J.

ISIS Recruits Fighters Through Powerful Online Campaign (VIDEO)

August 29, 2014

"At the end of the day, they don't need big numbers," said Frank Cilluffo, director of the George Washington University Homeland Security Policy Institute.

Washington Journal: Clinton Watts on U.S. Response to ISIS (VIDEO)

August 28, 2014

Clinton Watts, senior fellow with the George Washington University's Homeland Security Policy Institute, discusses what's next in the U.S.

Current and Emerging Threats (VIDEO)

August 21, 2014

Frank Cilluffo, director of George Washington University’s Homeland Security Policy Institute, talked about the status of current and emerging homeland security threats around the globe.

Amid strife in St. Louis suburb, politicians call for demilitarization of police forces

August 14, 2014

To the rest of the world, the images of explosions, billowing tear gas and armored vehicles made this city look as if it belonged in a chaos-stricken corner of Eastern Europe, not the heart of the

Report: Administration, Congress, Others Must Better Shield Electricity Grid Vs. Cyber Attack

July 15, 2014

A high-level report on the security of the electricity grid, set for release Tuesday afternoon and led by a former White House chief of staff and Department of Homeland Security secretary, is compl

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