Federal authorities arrested a Georgia woman on Tuesday for conspiring to provide material support to ISIS. According to a criminal complaint from the Department of Justice, Kim Anh Vo, 20, joined the United Cyber Caliphate in 2016, an online group that pledged allegiance to ISIS and committed to carrying out online attacks and cyber intrusions against Americans. UCC have disseminated ISIS propaganda online, including extensive “kill lists.” The group instructed followers to kill soldiers in the United States Armed Forces and members of the State Department. Vo worked to recruit members and assisted with the group’s hacking efforts. UCC posted the names, addresses, and other personal information of approximately 3,602 individuals in the New York City area and included a message that stated: “List of most important citizens of #New York and #Brooklyn and some other cities . . . We Want them #Dead.” Vo is charged with one count of conspiring to provide material support to a designated foreign terrorist organization, which carries a maximum sentence of 20 years in prison.