The head weapons tester at the Pentagon has released a report that indicates a slew of vulnerabilities affecting Department of Defense networks.
LabMD can challenge the FTC's enforcement authority in federal court once the agency comes to a final decision on the exposure of patient data.
The Obama administration has scaled back the amount of personal information of Healthcare.gov users it sends to third parties.
The security community is voicing concern over proposed revisions to the Computer Fraud and Abuse Act (CFAA) by taking to Twitter and personal blogs.
The 114th Congress will meet on Tuesday, Jan. 27 to discuss potential national breach notification legislation that might require companies to notify affected customers within 30 days.
The National Association of Federal Credit Unions sent Congressional leaders a letter calling for the creation of a bipartisan working group to shape breach legislation.
In April 2014, Brown pleaded guilty to posting an online threat aimed at a federal agent, as well as other charges.
A woman accused a federal agent of using her cellphone data to create a fake Facebook page.
The President urged Congress to pass law that would better protect the nation from emerging cyber threats.
One of the affected media outlets, the Guardian, revealed the news.
A New Jersey congressman has asked the Justice Department to investigate whether New Jersey Governor Chris Christie and a Port Authority official violated state privacy laws when they revealed E-ZPass data.
The New York Times revealed new info on NSA's years-long surveillance efforts against North Korea.
The coordinated effort includes a newly formed cyber cell comprised of officials from the NSA, FBI and Britain's GCHQ and MI5.
Last October, the FCC came after Marriott with a $600,000 fine.
The attorney general is pushing lawmakers to back legislation that would expand the definition of protected "private information."
Maj. Gen. Vincent Stewart will be the first African-American and Marine to head the Defense Intelligence Agency.
A Florida senator is drafting the Data Security and Breach Notification Act of 2015, a year after similar legislation was introduced.
The grants, provided over the next five years, will support training at historically black colleges and universities.
New Jersey Governor Chris Christie signed the legislation last Friday.
Speaking to the Federal Trade Commission (FTC), President Obama said he will propose a Personal Data Notification and Protection Act and a Student Data Privacy Act.
A FOIA lawsuit by The New York Times stirred the Justice Department to make new information available.
The FBI director said that attackers failed to use proxy servers to conceal their whereabouts when sending threatening emails to Sony employees.
Whistleblower Edward Snowden believes that U.S. policy regarding cyber security is creating a system of incentives for researchers to sell vulnerabilities to secret government agencies.
Rep. Elijah Cummings requested information related to the KeyPoint Government Solutions breach, including records of previous intrusions, forensic analysis and suspected identities.
The petitions called for the firing of federal prosecutors in Aaron Swartz's case.
Journalist Sharyl Attkisson claims the federal government secretly monitored her personal and work computer due to her coverage on controversial topics.
A pro-Russian organization has claimed credit for a distributed denial-of-service attack made several German government websites unavailable to visitors.
South Korea revealed that North Korea has amassed a "cyber army" made up of 6,000 members, and the team is dedicated to targeting South Korea's military and government.
Timothy DeFoggi, the former acting director of cybersecurity for Health and Human Services, was convicted in August 2014.
President Obama has issued a formal U.S. response to the Sony hack in the form of sanctions against North Korea.
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