‘All you need is one person dumb enough to open the email’
The administration prioritizes net neutrality while agencies get breached by foreign hackers
‘I urge the immediate removal of Ms. Seymour from her position’
OPM, the Postal Service and the Labor Department have all ignored watchdogs’ warnings of cyber attacks
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‘No efforts are made to contact government agencies whose credentials may be posted on a paste site’
Taxpayer dollars could be lost thanks to the government’s inability to form effective cloud computing contracts
Each fix costs bookoo cash, cash the Navy doesn’t have
The legality of private retaliation or declaring war over cyber-attacks is still murky.
‘It’s a much bigger challenge than anyone could have imagined’
‘We’ve seen [Russia] use [cyber warfare] in Georgia. We’ve seen some elements of that being used in Crimea’
‘There are no hard and fast rules’ to disclosing bugs
IE versions 6 to 11 compromised
‘That’s like going to negotiate with the Soviets and not knowing what ‘ICBM’ means’
‘What I recall is what the team told me, is that there were no high findings’
Shares of Barracuda Networks Inc , a data storage and internet security company, jumped as much as 32 percent in their debut, underscoring a growing interest in the red-hot cyber security market.
Obama signed an executive order in February that established a two-year timeline to set security standards
But the slow bureaucratic machinery of Washington could endanger companies combating fast-acting threats