NSA cyber-defense chief: ‘I have never been more busy’
The man responsible for leading the National Security Agency’s defensive mission says his team is fielding more calls than ever from agencies across the government.
Lawmaker calls out Pentagon for lack of encrypted email
A concerned senator from Oregon wrote a letter to the Pentagon's tech acquisition arm wondering why it's failed to implement a basic encryption technology to protect employees’ emails.
Bill would turn government’s vulnerabilities equities process into law
There’s a bill in the works that would codify the U.S. government’s vulnerabilities equities process into law.
FISMA 2016: White House claims progress against cyberattacks
For the first time, agencies were required to report only incidents that affected their operations, and to break those incidents down based on the attack vector used.
Proposed ‘hacking back’ bill is gaining traction, lawmaker says
Rep. Tom Graves, R-Ga., recently proposed a bill that would allow companies victimized by cyber attacks to take “active cyber defense measures” is now gaining bipartisan support, according to the congressman.
Two charged with hacking CIA chief, DNI, other top officials
Two men from North Carolina were arrested Thursday, charged with being members of the hacking group "Crackas with Attitude," who last year posted personal data stolen from the home email accounts of top U.S. security officials.