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Congress Tackles Data Breaches, Russian Meddling and IT Modernization

September 22 Lawmakers will address cybersecurity concerns at two major agencies this week.

DHS Commercializes Two Nature-Themed Cyber Products

September 22 It’s the first time two products have been simultaneously licensed to the same company through the Transition to Practice Program.

You're Turning Off Wi-fi and Bluetooth Wrong

September 21 You could still be connected and not know it.

Meet the 17-Year-Old Who Hacked the U.S. Air Force

September 21 Chicago high school senior Jack Cable moonlights as an ethical hacker.

Hackers Broke Into SEC Computer Systems and May Have Traded on the Stolen Information

September 21 The agency said that criminals exploited a software vulnerability in its filing system.

Judge Tosses OPM Breach Lawsuits, Plaintiffs Appeal

September 20 Breached employees can’t show they were actually damaged, the federal judge said.

Symantec CEO: Get Commercial Software Off National Security Systems

September 20 The anti-virus exec praised U.S. officials who booted Kaspersky off government systems but stopped short of directly criticizing his competitor.

Is Trump's 'Wiretap' Claim Vindicated?

September 20 The president’s defenders say reported surveillance of Paul Manafort justifies an accusation against Barack Obama, but they overstate the facts.

Meet the Woman Who Warned About Russian Election Meddling Years Ago—and Got Death Threats

September 19 She was worried about the government turning a “blind eye” to the growing force of the internet in politics.

Energy Department's Random Number Generator Could Make for Stronger Encryption

September 19 Oak Ridge scientists believe they have created a quantum-based device that creates truly random numbers.