Kim Zetter is an award-winning investigative journalist who has been covering privacy, computer security and national security for more than a decade. She is also author of the book Countdown to Zero Day: Stuxnet and the Launch of the World’s First Digital Weapon, which tells the story of a virus/worm created by the US and Israel to sabotage Iran’s nuclear program.
Election InsecurityOne Little-Watched Race Has Huge Implications for Election Hacking and Voter Suppression in Georgia
A December 4 runoff for secretary of state will help determine how Georgia handles decisions around securing voting machines and purging voter rolls.
Leaked Files Show How the NSA Tracks Other Countries’ Hackers
The Shadow Brokers leak showed the NSA was tracking at least 45 nation-state hacking operations. Experts explain how the agency stepped up its monitoring.
NSA Worker’s Software Piracy May Have Exposed Him To Russian Spies
Secret NSA code was inadvertently uploaded to Russia after its owner was infected by malware while bootlegging Microsoft Office, says Kaspersky Lab.
Accused of Spying, Russian Security Firm Will Show Its Code and Operations to Outsiders
Kaspersky Lab’s transparency project offers ongoing access. The company foils U.S. government hackers and was recently accused of helping the Kremlin.