Top U.S. intelligence official: Media is wrong about low morale
The issue of sinking morale within the U.S. intelligence community is a myth fabricated by the media, says a top U.S. intelligence official.
Cellebrite can now unlock iPhone 6 and 6+, also extract data from array of popular apps
It's easier than ever for police to grab all the data they want (and much more) from smartphones.
GSA tech chief defends 18F, says watchdog’s report ‘got our attention’
GSA Technology Transformation Service Commissioner Rob Cook told CyberScoop that the agency was working to reform the IT security rules which 18F's leadership flouted.
Congress is about to have a really challenging year on cybersecurity
2017 will be a banner year for cybersecurity in Congress and that isn’t necessarily a good thing, said House Intelligence Committee Staff Director Michael Bahar, “we have kicked off the year with a lot going wrong with Russia and its hacking.” While there are multiple probes by different committees, in both the House and Senate, to investigate Russia’s influence on the 2016 presidential election, those retrospective efforts are just the beginning of what will ultimately be a very busy year in Congress as lawmakers face a myriad of cybersecurity-related policy decisions.
Experts: Trump to follow Obama’s lead on cyber policy
"Our initial impressions are positive," said Intel Security's Steve Grobman. "The administration is off to a good start."
Two years after massive breach, U.S. government still fights to keep security audits of Anthem secret
As the case continues to draw legal action, the full picture is not yet known by the public.