North Korean Cyberattacks Continue

Tom McCuin / May 7, 2018

North Korean cyber crimes have continued even as Kim tries to rehabilitate his image on the world stage.

Russia’s Floating Nuclear Power Plant Not Likely to be the Next Chernobyl

Tom McCuin / May 3, 2018

Rosatom, Russia’s State Atomic Energy Corporation, has launched the Akademik Lomonosov, a nuclear reactor barge.

Will Trump Get the Nobel Peace Prize?

Tom McCuin / May 2, 2018

Let’s just get one thing out of the way up front: despite conservative chatter, no one deserves the Nobel Peace Prize for developments in Korea just yet.

Israeli Intelligence and the Iran Nuclear Program

Tom McCuin / May 1, 2018

The next deadline for the president to certify — or not certify — that Iran is in compliance with the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action, better known as the “Iran Nuclear Deal,” is May 12.

Korea Summit Doesn’t Signal Permanent Peace, But It’s Still Historic

Tom McCuin / Apr 30, 2018

The historic meeting Friday between Republic of Korea President Moon Jae-in and Democratic People’s Republic of Korea Chairman Kim Jong-un continues to confound and perplex the world’s security analysts.

3 Reasons Why Shielded Enclosures are Still the Best Way to Keep Classified Information Safe

Christopher Burgess / Apr 26, 2018

As technology advances and security researchers discover ways to cross the air gap, the shielded enclosure becomes evermore important.

The Roles of the FBI and CIA At Home and Abroad – and How They’re Spotting Russian Spies

Tom McCuin / Apr 26, 2018

While the CIA is responsible for overseas espionage, it is prohibited by law from operating within the U.S. The counterintelligence mission belongs largely to the FBI.

How Spies Sought Out Germany’s ‘Revenge Rockets’ in World War II

John Davis / Apr 23, 2018

Germany’s ‘revenge rockets’ were uncovered by spies who seemed to be so unimportant they weren’t noticed.