The long-lasting consequences of Coalfire's Iowa pentest fiasco
The incident made national headlines last year, but the effects are still lingering.
FBI, DHS advise states on potential Russian voter suppression tactics in 2020
State officials called the memo a reminder of the degree to which foreign adversaries seek to interfere in the U.S. electoral process.
Phishing attack exposes data of more than a million patients across Midwest
The incident affected UnityPoint Health, a network of hospitals, clinics, and home care services in Iowa, Illinois, and Wisconsin.
DHS official: States will probably know first if malicious cyber-activity hits primaries
The Department of Homeland Security is on standby to alert state officials of any malicious cyber activity during Tuesday’s primary elections, but it will likely be the states themselves that know first if something is amiss, Matthew Masterson, a senior cybersecurity adviser at DHS, told CyberScoop.