VA admits to improperly disclosing COVID-19 vaccine data for 500,000 staff
The agency removed a spreadsheet containing personal details including vaccination status following an internal investigation.
Secret Service needs to make key improvements to zero trust effort says watchdog
GAO says the agency should adopt IPv6 for its public-facing systems and update its zero-trust architecture implementation plans.
Watchdog calls on Census Bureau to improve cyber incident detection and alerting
The agency says it is working to address vulnerabilities identified by recent penetration testing.
US Merit Systems Protection Board compromised in Iranian government-linked hack: report
The quasi-judicial agency was hit earlier this year during the attack, according to The Washington Post.
How agencies are moving zero trust from aspiration to transformation
U.S. federal agency executives share their strategies for prioritizing steps to implement zero trust and establish comprehensive security protections.
Biden administration cyber apprenticeship sprint creates 194 new programs
42% of cyber apprentices hired through the recruitment push are people of color.
Google to offer Workspace as backup solution for govt entities in case they get hacked
The new solution is intended to support agencies that are hit with a cyber breach while using a competing tech company's products.
NIST proposes project to improve cybersecurity at water utilities
Run by the National Cybersecurity Center of Excellence, the project aims to develop a reference architecture for the sector.
USPTO eyeing encryption-in-use technology to secure claims data
CIO Jamie Holcombe says the capability could help protect patent applicants' sensitive claims data.
SolarWinds agrees to pay $26M to settle shareholder lawsuit over 2020 cyberattack
The company also warned that the SEC has made a preliminary decision to take action against the company over the breach.