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Past articles by Joe:

Justice Department announces charges, $5 million reward for Russian hackers

It's the largest reward offer for a cyber criminal to date, according to DOJ. → Read More

Influencer marketing comes to cybersecurity

A Lenovo product got paid promotion on social media, in a move that roiled the cybersecurity world. → Read More

Why all infrastructure systems are election systems

Messing with local infrastructure is an often overlooked means of meddling with the polls. → Read More

93% of voters worldwide faced election interference from own nation

The U.S. is still considered a "free" country but its ranking has declined. → Read More

Russian hacker group Cozy Bear didn't hibernate as previously thought

The hackers stayed quiet post-2016 by changing tools. → Read More

Senate Intel releases 1st volume of report on Russian interference in 2016 election

It comes one day after former special counsel Robert Mueller's House testimony. → Read More

Study suggests Russian social media trolls had impact on 2016 election

For every 25,000 retweets that a known Russian troll account received, Trump's poll numbers jumped 1%. → Read More

GoDaddy removes spam sales sites with fake endorsements from Gwen Stefani, Shark Tank hosts

They were used to sell products like weight loss pills. → Read More

Fancy Bear hackers may be impersonating State Department

The hacking group is assumed to be an arm of Russian intelligence. → Read More

North Korea's weak spots: Poker, games and petty crime

Most of North Korea's hacking money comes from low-level crime. → Read More

3 firms to split Pentagon's $34 million bug bounty program

Synack, HackerOne and Bugcrowd are all in on the deal. → Read More

DOJ files charges against Russian national for election interference

The DOJ has filed charges against Elena Alekseevna Khusyaynova. → Read More

Feared DNC hack was actually a third-party security test

It's a big win for Lookout, the emerging tech that caught the "attack." → Read More

1 big thing: Congress caves on ZTE

Russia's power-plant hacks — HOPE conference controversy — IRS authentication disorganization → Read More

Senate Defense Authorization Act calls for cyber doctrine panel

A Sen. Sasse add to the NDAA would create a cyber doctrine commission to advise the White House → Read More

Palo Alto Networks to demo third-party apps

It's the Apple App Store of cybersecurity. → Read More

White House eliminates cyber coordinator post

Until finally disposed of, the White House cybersecurity coordinator position integrates executive branch cyber policy. → Read More

Carter Page: Senate Intel Committee was literal torture

He sent along an excerpt from the U.N.'s Convention on Torture to prove his point. → Read More