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Making sense of government zero-trust guidance´┐╝

by CyberScoop Staff

The head of cybersecurity strategy for public sector at Google Cloud on why zero trust is an outcomes-oriented approach.

The state of the threat intelligence landscape today

by CyberScoop Staff

In an exclusive CyberScoop interview, Amy Hogan-Burney, general manager of Digital Crimes at Microsoft discusses findings from a recent cybercrimes trends report.

Suspected Iranian hackers snooping on Middle Eastern targets anew

by Tim Starks

MuddyWater is targeting government agencies, academia and the tourism industry.

White House activates cyber emergency response under Obama-era directive

by Shannon Vavra

The process establishes a Cyber Unified Coordination Group (UCG) that is intended to help the U.S. government coordinate multiple agencies' responses to an event like the SolarWinds breach.

Hacker who sent information on US personnel to Islamic State is freed by judge

by Joe Warminsky

Ardit Ferizi, a citizen of Kosovo, was arrested in 2015 at age 19.

Foreign VPN apps need a close look from DHS, senators say

by Sean Lyngaas

If the U.S. intelligence community worries about Huawei and Kaspersky, DHS should worry about federal government use of certain foreign VPN apps, says Sens. Marco Rubio and Ron Wyden.

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