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The strategy comes shortly after a directive that reduced interagency checks before a U.S. cyber strike. [Read More]
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CrowdStrike is authorized to protect 'moderate impact level' cloud-based government systems. [Read More]
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The breach may have compromised employee personal information in less than 1 percent of email inboxes. [Read More]
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The office isn't effectively monitoring cyber protections after it shares student information, including with collection agencies. [Read More]
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The grants are focused on the effect outages could have on critical infrastructure. [Read More]
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It was a whirlwind week on the Hill. Here's the Nextgov rundown. [Read More]
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The Russian anti-virus software company faces what could be its last chance to make its case against a U.S. governmentwide ban. [Read More]
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The bill would create the first departmentwide bug bounty in the civilian government. [Read More]
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The inspector general's report describes poor communication and combatant commanders who hadn't tallied up their cyber resources. [Read More]
The new executive order describes a process for sanctioning digital interference, propaganda and any other efforts to meddle in U.S. elections. [Read More]
Yes, one of them was "password"—and even in 2012 there was no excuse for that. [Read More]
CIO Sam Musa previously worked at the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission and FBI. [Read More]
Some contractors may not be aware the ban applies to them or that they're running Kasperksy in the first place. Others don't understand how complex... [Read More]
The House passed bills on cyber sanctions, supply chain security and CDM last week. [Read More]
The Transportation Department started with a bug hunting campaign that turned up unexpected vulnerabilities in headquarters computer systems. [Read More]
The Grand Slam charges target a single North Korean hacker for Sony, WannaCry and the Bangladeshi bank heist. [Read More]
That muscular response strategy may sow confusion and risk escalation, a cyber law scholar says. [Read More]
The move comes after Congress took action in the past year to boot the Russian anti-virus maker Kaspersky Lab and the Chinese telecom firms Huawei... [Read More]
The Commerce Department agency will begin gathering feedback for a privacy framework at a Texas conference in October. [Read More]
Plus a familiar face gets confirmed as the Energy Department's first assistant secretary for cybersecurity. [Read More]
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