‘Poor information technology implementation’ blamed for CPSC data exposure
Employees also had "little to no" training on how to redact personally identifying information when handing over data, according to a new report by the Senate Commerce Committee's majority staff.
FDIC embraces ‘micro-perimeters’ in pursuit of zero trust
FDIC is among the agencies shrinking its security perimeter in order to open up its network for local offices.
Report: Benefits agencies, lacking guidance, slow to abandon traditional identity verification
The 2017 Equifax data breach has officials second-guessing the old method, but no federal recommendations exist ensuring alternatives are adopted.
IRS warns against new phishing scams for 2019 tax season
With several massive data breaches last year, the IRS says the taxpayers and preparers should be extra vigilant as criminals could use information obtained in those breaches to fuel a tax scam.
IRS identity theft trackers overlooked data breaches, report says
The report details how the IRS’s Return Integrity and Compliance Services organization didn’t record and monitor 89 external data breaches reported to it.
GSA proposes new cybersecurity reporting rules for contractors
Two proposed rules from the GSA seek to change how contracting officers communicate agency cybersecurity requirements and contractors report data breaches.