DOJ reveals 27 U.S. Attorneys offices had emails compromised in SolarWinds hack
At least 80% of employees in New York's Eastern, Northern, Southern and Western district offices were hacked.
Industry urges agencies to accelerate zero trust adoption after SolarWinds hack
Zero-trust security couldn't stop the SolarWinds hack, but it could, and did, mitigate the damage, according to cyber experts.
National cyber director role in the spotlight after SolarWinds hack
President-elect Joe Biden's first-ever cyber czar could prove instrumental in crafting a national cyber R&D strategy and coordinating dispersed efforts to secure the supply chain.
‘No evidence’ IRS taxpayer information exposed by SolarWinds hack
Forensic reviews and network log analysis are ongoing within the nation's tax collector.
After news of SolarWinds breach, Capitol Hill turns attention to CISA
CISA's cyber-protection teams can only do so much without enhanced threat-hunting authority — and with a vacancy in leadership looming large, lawmakers said.
SolarWinds’ federal footprint is large, and compromise is a ‘nightmare scenario’ for affected agencies
Only three agencies have reported breaches, but 32 are known to have used the software at some point since 2006. And contract records aren't the most accurate.