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Judge limits evidence ahead of False Claims Act case against NortonLifeLock

In court documents, the government accuses NortonLifeLock of overcharging agencies for cybersecurity software on a GSA contract. Dave Nyczepir has the story.


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Defense R&D contractors inadequate in protecting sensitive data, IG says

Contractors that research and develop new technologies for the Department of Defense are not consistent in safeguarding controlled unclassified information, according to a new audit by the Pentagon’s inspector general. Billy Mitchell has the details


Antitrust review waiting period ends in Oracle-Cerner deal

Oracle’s all-cash offer to acquire the VA technology provider for $95 per share is scheduled to expire at midnight at the end of the day on March 16. John Hewitt Jones has the story.


FBI, CISA, Cyber Command take aim at cyber-espionage by Iran's MuddyWater group

U.S. and U.K. government agencies called out Iranian government-affiliated hackers Thursday, accusing them of being behind cyber-espionage targeting the defense, local government, oil and natural gas and telecommunications sectors across the globe. Tim Starks has the story for CyberScoop.


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WATCH: FERC’s CIO on how the agency is prioritizing application modernization

Federal Energy Regulatory Commission’s Mittal Desai highlights how the agency is weaving in zero trust security principles as they undertake modernization efforts across its core applications and infrastructure. He shares how the agency is taking more robust measures to protect assets by adopting phishing-resistant multi-factor authentication for users accessing datasets and networks. Hear more from Desai.


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The growing threat of ransomware as a business model for criminal activity

Sophos’ Chester Wisniewski shares that ransomware-as-a-service is a growing threat model that threatens governments’ ability to defend networks. He explains how leaders can stay ahead of security risks and the importance of adopting a zero-trust security framework, with strategies for deploying measures like multifactor authentication and stronger endpoint protections that tighten network access for users and potential intruders. Read more from Wisniewski.


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