A hacker group has posted online the personal information of hundreds of federal agents and police offers apparently stolen from websites affiliated with alumni of the FBI’s National Academy
In today’s Federal Newscast, federal employee unions are heading back to court to pursue their cases against the Office of Personnel Management over the agency’s cyber breaches.
The Securities and Exchange Commission chairman told senators Tuesday that the agency needs to keep its long-term IT modernization fund in order to defend against future cyber breaches.
A committee within the Homeland Security Department is finalizing a new guide for agencies, state and local governments and other organizations involved in cyber breaches with best practices for notifying victims.
The FBI lost the personal information on 20,000 employees thanks to a cyber hack. For how this might have been prevented, Federal Drive with Tom Temin spoke to Trevor Hawthorn, chief technology officer at Wombat Security Technologies.
Are you alone, naked and waiting to be fracked? Senior Correspondent Mike Causey says tons of people in the D.C. area are exposed.
The Office of Personnel Management has sent notification letters to 93 percent of the 21.5 million victims impacted by the cyber breach.
The Office of Personnel Management gave DHS the go-ahead to fill up to 1,000 positions focused on cybersecurity. The announcement is the latest action in an ongoing plan to address cyber risks for the government.
The American Postal Workers Union is telling members to avoid signing up for a database in light of the Postal Service 2014 cyber breach.
The Office of Personnel Management Acting Director Beth Cobert said the department began sending notification letters to victims of the cyber breach. The letters include information about the identity theft protection and credit monitoring services.