In recent years, cybercrimes and hacks have increased dramatically. Every few weeks, we hear of another data breach, phishing scam or social media hack impacting millions of people.
Today, the Office of the Director of National Intelligence released what the first take on an evolving set of principles for the ethical use of artificial intelligence.
"Our number one goal, our number one objective at the National Security Agency and US Cyber Command, is a safe secure and legitimate 2020 elections," said Gen. Paul Nakasone, the four-star general in charge of election defense.
In a rush to introduce and pass legislation, Congress signed the CARES Act in April, which included very generous unemployment insurance (UI) benefits.
The Twitter accounts of major public figures, including billionaire philanthropist Bill Gates and Tesla chief executive Elon Musk, have been hacked and used to post scam bitcoin giveaways.
Britain, the United States and Canada have accused Russia of trying to steal information from researchers seeking a COVID-19 vaccine.
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In the wake of a mass shooting or terror attacks investigators can be left with hours of CCTV footage, video from witnesses, or clips from social media.
Without the public servers that provide DNS records, users would have to memorize numerical Internet Protocol (IP) addresses rather than a simple website name.