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Election commission says it won’t de-certify voting systems running old versions of Windows

by Sean Lyngaas

The disclosure highlights the challenge of keeping voting systems secure after a vendor ceases offering support for a product.

With Will Hurd's retirement, Congress loses a key cybersecurity advocate

by Jeff Stone

The Texas Republican has advocated strong encryption and higher standards for connected devices.

Research shows gap in House, Senate candidates' website security

by Sean Lyngaas

Nearly 30 percent of House of Representatives candidates have significant security issues in their websites compared to less than 5 percent of Senate candidates, according to new research.

Bill would call on White House to develop its own list of APT groups

by Chris Bing

A bill that passed the House Foreign Affairs committee Tuesday calls on the White House to develop a publicly available list of APT groups identified by the U.S. government.

Congress wants to prevent states from weakening encryption

by Sean Lyngaas

A bipartisan group of House lawmakers has reintroduced legislation that would preempt any attempts by states to weaken encryption.

U.S. moves to develop grand cybersecurity partnership with Ukraine, a favorite target for Russian hackers

by Chris Bing

During a week where multiple senior Ukrainian government officials came to visit Washington, a bill designed to foster further collaboration on cybersecurity efforts between the U.S. and Ukrainian governments passed the House of Representatives late Wednesday night.

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