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Trump to Pick Kelly Deputy for Top Homeland Security Post

October 11 Kirstjen Nielsen, a cybersecurity expert, was formerly DHS chief of staff.

NIST’s Physical Security Falls Short, Undercover Audit Finds

October 11 Auditors gained unauthorized access to secured parts of NIST buildings where they could have infected computers or caused physical damage.

A Law is Expiring That Allows Ethical Hackers to Help Protect U.S. Elections

October 10 Renewing a Digital Millennium Copyright Act exemption for ethical hacking is vital for election security, researchers say.

Congress' Week: Data Breaches, Kaspersky and Murderers with Security Clearances

October 6 Amid tackling a series of high-profile data breaches, Congress moved along important IT legislation and aims to address whether criminals are actually ...

Pentagon: We’ll Keep Buying Software That Russian Spies have Looked Through

October 6 The U.S. military will still buy consumer-off-the-shelf products from several tech companies that allowed Russia’s Federal Security Service, or FSB, an ...

Report: Russian Hackers Used Kaspersky Anti-virus to Steal NSA Hacking Tools

October 5 It’s not clear if Kaspersky knowingly assisted the theft.

House Bill Starts Internet Surveillance Debate, Round 2

October 5 The bill would rein in surveillance authorities but is still opposed by civil liberties groups.

House Cyber Leader Wants to Give Equifax the Kaspersky Treatment

October 5 Rep. John Ratcliffe wants DHS to issue a binding operational directive to end a $7 million Equifax contract with IRS.