DHS chief warns of 'pandemic' cyber vulnerabilities
Secretary Kirstjen Nielsen painted a daunting picture of the global digital landscape, describing “a worldwide outbreak of cyberattacks and cyber vulnerabilities” that had moved from the “epidemic” to the “pandemic” stage.
New study highlights demand for proactive cyberthreat hunting expertise
IT executives in finance, health care, energy, technology, transportation and government look to artificial intelligence and outsourcing to narrow the skills gaps.
Utilities will have stricter cybersecurity reporting requirements under new ruling
Companies will be required to report when attackers attempt to breach their networks. Currently they only have to notify the government about incidents that result in an actual compromise or disruption.
U.S. intelligence chief lays out threats to U.S. infrastructure, efforts to protect it
The talk took place within hours of the U.S. indicting 12 Russians for allegedly hacking several election-related entities in 2016.
House of Representatives to boost info-sharing program with Five Eyes allies
The U.S. House of Representatives is looking to ramp up a cyberthreat information-sharing program with the parliaments of allies Australia, Canada, New Zealand, and Britain, according to House CISO Randy Vickers.
House measure asks DHS to share info on potential ZTE cyberthreat
A new measure would direct DHS to give lawmakers more information on on the threats posed by the Chinese telecommunications firm.