Liberty Also Means Wearing a Mask in Public Shouldn’t Be a Crime

Last weekend’s demonstrations on Monument Avenue in Richmond, Va. didn’t descend into rioting and mayhem, for which we can all be thankful. Only seven people were arrested—and four of them shouldn’t have been. Three of them are students at Virginia Commonwealth University, Continue reading Liberty Also Means Wearing a Mask in Public Shouldn’t Be a Crime

IRS Rehires 213 Employees Ousted for Falsifying Documents, Avoiding Taxes, Other Offenses

The Internal Revenue Service rehired 213 employees who ducked taxes, falsified documents, were convicted of theft, or made unauthorized use of taxpayer data, an inspector general’s report says. The Office of Treasury Inspector General for Tax Administration, which also first Continue reading IRS Rehires 213 Employees Ousted for Falsifying Documents, Avoiding Taxes, Other Offenses

How To Hold Cyber Attackers Accountable When the State Denies Responsibility

The public attribution of a malicious cyber incident consists of identifying the responsible party behind the activity. A cyber attribution finding is a necessary prerequisite for holding actors accountable for malicious activity. Recently, several cyber incidents with geopolitical implications and Continue reading How To Hold Cyber Attackers Accountable When the State Denies Responsibility