DHS briefs industry on shift in Chinese hacking that 'increases the risk for all of us'
In a webinar for the private sector, DHS detailed how APT10 and other groups have evolved. The U.S. officials urged companies to better secure IT services that can be an avenue for stealing proprietary data.
Shutdown erodes feds' ability to set cyber strategies, say lawmaker and ex-DHS officials
The shutdown has stalled some of DHS’s more anticipatory work, like vulnerability assessments of critical systems and election-security initiatives.
Want to work in cybersecurity for the government? Curb your enthusiasm.
The shutdown's effects were on full display for CyberCorps students this week, as multiple agencies had to skip out on an OPM-run job fair.
DHS's top cyber office is about to get a name that reflects its mission
The CISA act would rebrand NPPD, giving it a more cyber-relevant name and cementing the office into law.
Private sector isn’t sharing data with DHS’s threat portal
There is a growing consensus in Congress and in the private sector that federal information-sharing efforts are falling way short of expectations and needs.
Senate panel gives go-ahead to bill that would hit reset on DHS
The bill would reorganize NPPD into a dedicated cyber agency, among other cybersecurity-oriented moves.