VA investigates breach after federal contractor publishes source code
Six foreign IP addresses cloned the code within minutes of it becoming public on GitHub, according to sources.
Lawmakers question SBA technology investments after loan system outages
The Small Business Administration proposed replacing E-Tran by 2015, but in 2020 the loan system continues to be updated in lieu of modernization.
Federal agencies reported more than 35,000 cyber incidents in 2017
That's a substantial increase since last year.
Federal cyber-incidents were down in 2016 — at least on paper
The drop-off may have as much to do with a change in the reporting requirements in the latest tally as it does with improved cybersecurity defenses.
Ann Barron-DiCamillo stepping down from US-CERT
Ann Barron-DiCamillo is stepping down from her position as director of the Department Homeland Security's U.S. Computer Emergency Readiness Team, FedScoop has confirmed.
What would it take to create a cyber Red Cross?
A panel of cybersecurity experts explored what it would take to create a global Cyber Red Cross that would allow for countries to share threat information regardless of political desires.