CISA orders agencies to quickly patch critical Netlogon bug
CISA has increasingly used its emergency-directive authority to try to keep foreign spies or criminals from burrowing into federal networks
Chinese hacking groups are bullying telecoms as 2020 goes on, CrowdStrike says
Six hacking groups have focused on the telecommunications sector in the first half of this year, according to new CrowdStrike research.
After researchers test Microsoft Netlogon exploit, feds tell users to patch now or suffer later
The episode highlights how, with thousands of software vulnerabilities released each year, some matter much more than others.
Chinese intelligence-linked hackers are exploiting known flaws to target Washington, US says
Chinese Ministry of State Security-linked actors are actively targeting U.S. government agencies, according to a new alert.
PAN-OS vulnerabilities add to a torrid year for enterprise software bugs
Positive Technologies researchers found four bugs in the popular enterprise software, some of them critical.
DHS intel official alleges he was ordered to halt Russia reporting because it made Trump 'look bad'
The whistleblower complaint comes amid an ongoing dispute over election-security intelligence between Capitol Hill and the Trump administration.
How the government is keeping hackers from disrupting coronavirus vaccine research
Behind the scenes, DOD has been working to protect the U.S. government effort to produce a coronavirus vaccine against foreign hacking.
As Trump rails against mail-in voting, DHS warns Russia is doing the same
Moscow’s reported denigration of the vote-by-mail process mirrors the criticisms leveled by President Donald Trump.
CISA orders agencies to set up vulnerability disclosure programs
It’s the latest sign that federal officials are warming to white-hat hackers from various walks of life.