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Most Federal Agencies Wouldn’t Be Able to Bounce Back from a Sony Hack

December 18 60 percent of federal agencies lack contingency plans in the event of a cyber emergency.

Inside China’s Elaborate and Absurd Internet Propaganda Machine

December 18 Thousands of emails obtained from the Zhanggong propaganda department by a Chinese blogger offer a rare view into the mechanics of manipulating web ...

In 5 Years, Smart Fridges Will Outnumber Fitness Trackers

December 18 Americans expect to first upgrade their thermostats and security systems, but look more than five years out, and smart fridges will be the big winners.

48,000 Federal Employees Potentially Affected by Second Background Check Hack

December 18 OPM is alerting more than 48,000 federal employees their personal information may have been exposed following a breach at KeyPoint Government Solutions, which ...

Sneaky Impersonator Robots Are Taking Over the Web

December 18 A new report finds overall bot traffic dipped, but "bad robots" are on the rise.

What did Federal CIOs Learn about Cybersecurity in 2014?

December 18 After a tough year, agency CIOs say it’s time for new approaches to rooting out and responding to cyber incidents.

Report: Definition of ‘Privacy’ Evolving

December 18 In a new paper from Pew, experts warn that surveillance-free spaces are disappearing.

Consumer Agency Goes After Phone Companies for Bogus Charges

December 18 The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau is demanding that Sprint refund consumers millions of dollars for unwanted charges.

Sony Cancels Release of 'The Interview' Amid Sony Hack Fears

December 17 Hackers warned of 9/11-scale violence if the film's release was not canceled, according to multiple reports.

With New Policy, DOD Components Won’t Need DISA to Buy Cloud Services

December 17 The new guidance overrides two previous memorandums that charged DISA with assessing the security of commercial cloud service offerings.