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Cyber company Okta is latest potential victim cited by Lapsus$ hackers

by Joe Warminsky, AJ Vicens

The financially motivated group of malicious hackers posted screenshots that Okta said could be related to "activity" detected in January.

Government's supply chain risk is drawing more attention than ever, Capitol Hill aides say

by Zaid Shoorbajee

Supply chain risk and transparency in incident response are among the things keeping cybersecurity-focused government officials and partners up at night.

Google Cloud gains federal certification, adds a suite of new security features

by Patrick Howell O'Neill

Google can now compete for Amazon and Microsoft's biggest cloud customer: The U.S. government.

Leveraging your network to fortify cybersecurity

by CyberScoop Staff

Using sensor-aware servers, switches, routers and devices not only supports a holistic cybersecurity strategy, but also lowers costs and improves performance.

As .gov turns to cloud, agency heads deliberate cyber-defense strategies

by Chris Bing

Agencies across the U.S. government are increasingly looking to migrate their data into the cloud to cut costs, but doing so has also introduced new cybersecurity challenges, federal executives said Wednesday during Verizon’s Government of the Future conference produced by FedScoop.

BlackBerry hires former Coast Guard CIO for cyber center

by Shaun Waterman

The new center "will be a single touch point for agencies" across the whole range of company products and federal requirements, according to retired Coast Guard Rear Adm. Robert Day

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