Nuclear energy regulator wants to use AI to detect cyberattacks on power plants
The agency seeks a vendor to evaluate existing technologies and approaches and select one for a test case.
IRS commissioner warns lawmakers about IT spending shortfall
In fiscal 2021 the agency had to request $600 million in interappropriation transfers to cover its IT spending shortfall.
Watchdog says USAID must improve data privacy protections
The oversight body identified failings including the overzealous retention of social security numbers.
Census Bureau missed opportunities to avert 2020 cyberattack — report
A report by the Department of Commerce’s Inspector General identifies critical IT failings.
How Arizona saved $40 billion in payouts on fraudulent unemployment claims
A new report looks at how states like Arizona are adopting modern identity verification tools to save billions in fraud and provide benefits to eligible claimants.
Social engineering gains momentum with cyber criminals
Public healthcare organizations are increasingly targeted by cyberattacks, prompting security strategies that focus more on people, says IT security expert.