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Florida homecoming queen faces up to 16 years after alleged scheme to hack high school contest

by Tim Starks • 1 week ago

She and her mother could spend a maximum of 16 years in prison each.

Is Congress finally ready to pass meaningful ransomware legislation?

by Tim Starks • 2 months ago

As ransomware attacks afflict every part of the country, lawmakers might be feeling them in their congressional districts, too.

Robocalls keep spamming Americans, in part because of their cyber tools

by Tim Starks • 2 months ago

Robocalls are back on the rise after a pandemic reprieve, and scammers are learning new tricks.

Election Assistance Commission loses another key staffer, Jerome Lovato

by Tim Starks, Sean Lyngaas • 3 months ago

Two other top staffers have left the EAC in recent months as well.

Senate hearing on SolarWinds hack lays bare US shortcomings, remaining mysteries

by Tim Starks • 3 months ago

Fundamental questions, like how the SolarWinds hackers got into its systems from the start, still aren't answered.

Federal election agency adopts updated voting security standards. Not everyone is happy.

by Tim Starks, Sean Lyngaas • 3 months ago

Even as most considered the Voluntary Voting System Guidelines (VVSG) 2.0 an upgrade, there were complaints about its provisions on wireless connectivity.

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