Steven Hernandez named new Department of Education CISO
Hernandez was the Department of Health of Human Service’s Office of Inspector General, where he served as CISO since 2010.
Stanford U. official ousted after keeping quiet about huge exposure of sensitive data
The data exposure led to controversy about how the school said it dealt out financial aid versus how the process actually worked in practice.
FBI's recruitment strategy for cybersecurity pros starts early, focuses on high school
"What we want to do is get to these kids in high school, get them into STEM programs and then we want to get them into colleges and universities that sponsor Scholarship for Service," a top bureau official said at CyberTalks.
Citing 'confidence gap' in American tech workforce, CompTIA creates professional association
The industry association wants to create a pipeline into the workforce for cybersecurity and other IT fields.
U.S. government's cyber Scholarship-for-Service program would expand under Senate bill
The Cyber Scholarship Opportunities Act would expand the National Science Foundation's CyberCorps: Scholarship-for-Service program, which awards grants and scholarships to students in exchange for agreeing to take on cybersecurity jobs in government.
U.S. universities race to contain WannaCry ransomware, officials say
At least five American universities have been impacted by the global ransomware virus known as “WannaCry,” CyberScoop learned today. Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Trinity College, University of Washington and North Dakota State University confirmed Tuesday that computers connected to university networks were infected by the virus, while University of Maine denied widespread infection on the Orono campus.