President Obama will raise concerns about cyber security with Chinese President Xi Jinping when they meet in Washington this month amid rising U.S. worries about Chinese hacking of U.S. government and commercial targets
Hackers dumped a massive cache of data about Ashley Madison users online late on Tuesday, posting it on a part of the Internet that is only accessible by using a specialized browser.
The cyberoutages came one after another: one of the nation’s biggest airlines, its largest financial news publication and its main stock exchange.
Many argue that information sharing will do little to plug gaps in the nation’s cyberdefenses, while meanwhile eroding privacy rights.
The data breached in the OPM attack included Social Security information and other personal data belonging to about 4 million federal employees in the U.S.
Two bills make their way through Congress, contradicting one another, as each seeks to dictate the federal government’s access to data from private companies.
FBI lags behind its “full law enforcement” capabilities review commission finds especially in targeting tech-savvy and lone wolf terrorists.
Washington (AFP) – The U.S. administration on Wednesday launched its Cybersecurity Framework, a plan aimed at protecting the nation against hackers that makes use of voluntary standards. The initiative stems from an executive order issued last year by President Barack Obama after repeated failures in Congress of a cybersecurity law. The framework allows the government […]
July 25 (Bloomberg) — On Feb. 3, President Barack Obama and the entire West Wing lost access to e-mail for more than seven hours. A tree-trimmer had accidentally cut the lines running out of the White House data center. White House Communications Director Dan Pfeiffer sent a bulletin via Twitter — the only way he […]