CMS portal breach exposes 75,000 individuals' records
CMS says it's working to restore the breached portal and that the incident doesn't affect the operation of HealthCare.gov or open enrollment.
The key to protecting the midterms is resilience for election systems, experts say
DHS's top cybersecurity official, Chris Krebs, says he's "a little nervous" about the midterms, but he and his peers argue that the country is more prepared to deal with the threat of interference.
GitHub rolls out new token scanning, security alert features
GitHub will automatically scan for access tokens in public code with its new beta. It's also launching an API for security advisories.
WhiteSource raises $35 million for open source flaw detection platform
WhiteSource says that as more organizations implement open source components, there's a growing need for automated open source bug monitoring services.
Report: People are crowdfunding to buy voter data off hacker forums
While data is being illicitly sold, it was not necessarily illicitly obtained, as voter records are in many cases public records.
Two bills seek transparency in ownership of election vendors
The bills' backers aren't too happy about July reports that a Russian oligarch purchased an election vendor operating in Maryland.