State Department site accidentally reports premature end to President Trump’s term
Tampering by a disgruntled employee is suspected. Others say it might've been a glitch.
State Department seeks ‘clean path’ 5G networks
State wants "an end-to-end communication path that does not use any 5G transmission, control, computing, or storage equipment from an untrusted vendor."
Senators want answers on State Department’s lack of multi-factor authentication
State uses enhanced authentication on just 11 percent of required agency devices, according to reports.
New CIA director inherits an agency that is quickly developing cyber capabilities
The CIA’s Directorate of Digital Innovation "is firing on all cylinders."
Mike Pompeo, CIA nominee, has barely talked about cybersecurity
After five years in Congress and a lengthy confirmation hearing last week before the Senate Intelligence Committee, there are few clues about how Rep. Michael Pompeo will guide the Central Intelligence Agency’s cyber-defense and cyber-espionage efforts.