Wyden asks White House to get more involved in boosting election cybersecurity
Wyden says leaving the matter to states "is irresponsible and a total abdication of the federal government’s primary role in matters of national security."
Facebook patches security flaw based on 19-year-old bug; other sites may still be vulnerable
Researchers from the U.S. and Germany found a workaround that makes an old bug still applicable to major websites, with the ability to intercept passwords and other private information.
U.K. cyber agency tells government to handle Russian anti-virus software with caution
The guidance stops short of banning any software outright, but warns that national agencies should avoid using Russian anti-virus software in the interest of national security.
Uber security executives leave company amid lawsuit and breach investigation
Two security employees are resigning, and another is taking medical leave. All three were apparently working at Uber during the October 2016 breach.
Senator questions DHS about surveillance technology used in U.S. by foreign spies
A Senator is asking for the agency to provide information about foreign surveillance on U.S. soil.
Senators introduce election cybersecurity bill to improve information sharing
Two Senators on the Intelligence Committee introduced a bill that would let states receive classified information about election threats and help them identify new threats.