DHS, election officials begin work to protect voting systems ahead of 2018 elections
State election officials concerned about timeliness and funding as the government rolls out the DHS plan to implement election systems as “critical infrastructure."
Report: personal data of more than 14M Verizon customers is exposed in server breach
A publicly configured server run by a third-party Verizon partner left the personal details and PIN numbers of millions exposed in downloadable files, a new UpGuard report says.
Industry must take the lead in forming public-private cybersecurity partnerships, experts say
Collaboration between industry and government works better when there is a foundation of trust and industries lead the way, panelists say.
U.S. election software companies aren't that worried about phishing emails
Top election software vendors say they are sufficiently protected from phishing emails in the wake of an intelligence report that revealed Russian phishing attacks during the 2016 election may have been more widespread than originally thought.
Russia poses largest cybersecurity risk to U.S., Rep. Ruppersberger says
Although all of America's adversaries present serious cyberthreats, Russia's hackers are the most dangerous right now, says the Maryland congressman whose district houses the National Security Agency.
More companies are hiring CISOs as private industry faces cyberattacks, report says
Cybersecurity budgets continue to grow, but so do risks of attack, according to annual survey.