Author: Joseph Marks

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At least 100,000 online ballots—including the votes of overseas military personnel—were cast in 2016. [Read More]
Tags: Voting - Online - Why
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Defense officials were often unaware of vulnerabilities and didn't notice they were being exploited. [Read More]
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A six-month review found employees and contractors could undermine mission-critical systems. [Read More]
Tags: DHS - Research - Wing
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It's been one year since DHS mandated agencies adopt the anti-spoofing email security tool. [Read More]
Tags: Email - Security - Half
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The Senate also finally passed a bill to change the name of DHS' cybersecurity agency. [Read More]
Tags: Senate - DHS - Lawmakers
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Trump rescinded Obama-era rules that required White House sign off for most offensive cyber operations. [Read More]
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This marks the sixth Defense Department bug bounty. [Read More]
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One intel leader urged a "just get it done, we'll worry about the consequences later" approach to countering threats on Election Day. [Read More]
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Last week, Trump said the opposite. [Read More]
Tags: Trump - Sign - China
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Plus hackers attempt to crack into Senate staff's personal email. [Read More]
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The strategy comes shortly after a directive that reduced interagency checks before a U.S. cyber strike. [Read More]
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CrowdStrike is authorized to protect 'moderate impact level' cloud-based government systems. [Read More]
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The breach may have compromised employee personal information in less than 1 percent of email inboxes. [Read More]
Tags: Breach - Email - State
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The office isn't effectively monitoring cyber protections after it shares student information, including with collection agencies. [Read More]
Tags: Government - Gets - Poor
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The grants are focused on the effect outages could have on critical infrastructure. [Read More]
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It was a whirlwind week on the Hill. Here's the Nextgov rundown. [Read More]
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The Russian anti-virus software company faces what could be its last chance to make its case against a U.S. governmentwide ban. [Read More]
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The bill would create the first departmentwide bug bounty in the civilian government. [Read More]
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The inspector general's report describes poor communication and combatant commanders who hadn't tallied up their cyber resources. [Read More]
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The new executive order describes a process for sanctioning digital interference, propaganda and any other efforts to meddle in U.S. elections. [Read More]
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