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An Anti-Virus Company Accidentally Distributed a PC Virus, And Maybe Let’s Just Cancel the Internet

September 19 If you downloaded and installed a copy of Avast’s CCleaner between August 15 and September 12, you could be in trouble.

Equifax Breach Prompts Renewed Calls for National Breach Notification Standard

September 18 The proposed national standard would replace a patchwork of 48 state standards for when consumers must be notified about a breach.

Hackers Can Get Into Your Device Via Bluetooth and That Other Equifax Breach

September 18 It's just another week in Threatwatch.

NDAA Heads to Floor and Kaspersky Heads to Washington

September 15 And in the defense authorization bill's 104 amendments are tech and cyber changes for civilian agencies too.

House Foreign Affairs Leaders Push to Save State Cyber Office

September 15 A bipartisan bill would make the cyber coordinator’s office permanent and a presidential appointment.

Future Navy Accident Investigations Will Look for Cyber Attacks

September 15 The fleet’s info-warfare chief has a team aboard the damaged USS McCain. The main thing she expects to learn is how to do this kind of investigation.

Government Plans On-the-Spot Hiring Event for Cyber, Tech Positions

September 14 Agencies aim to plan to make offers on dozens of open tech positions to pre-screened applicants.

Federal Trade Commission is Investigating Equifax Breach

September 14 The move follows pressure from Congress.

Can Victims of the Equifax Breach Simply Ignore It?

September 14 An identity theft expert weighs in.

Trump Administration Orders Russian Anti-virus Off All Government Systems

September 13 The move follows months of suggestions Kaspersky is too close to the Kremlin.