• Federal IT pros optimistic about security, but insider threats remain a challenge

    Jim Hansen, the vice president of products, security and application management for SolarWinds, detailed why agencies need to do more to protect their employees from cyber attacks.

  • Protecting the U.S. from hackers – June 22, 2019

    Hosted by Dr. Richard Shurtz and Jim Russ. Sponsored by Stratford University. As tensions in relations. rise, the Iranians are increasing their hacking attacks on U.S. targets. And we meet the mathematician and entrepreneur who co-founded Akamai Technologies.

  • Securing your Facebook account – April 13, 2019

    Hosted by Dr. Richard Shurtz and Jim Russ. Sponsored by Stratford University. What to do if you really want to secure your Facebook account from hackers. And meet the man behind Flickr and Slack.

  • How secure is the election process?

    The 2016 elections left a swirl of unanswered questions around election security. In a two-part series, host Sean Kelley discusses the state of cybersecurity as it pertains to the election of our future leaders.

  • State-backed hackers target Gmail of US senators, aides

    A U.S. senator says foreign government hackers continue to stalk U.S. senators and their aides through personal email accounts, but the Senate’s security arm won’t help defend them

  • Critical cybersecurity rules every federal employee should know, follow

    Amanda Sparks, a writer and researcher, offers six tips to keep federal employees and their data safe from cyber attacks.

  • Chinese economic theft

    On this episode of CyberChat, host Sean Kelley, former EPA CISO, discusses the Chinese military’s for-profit ventures with Joshua Philipp, an investigative journalist at the Epoch Times, which covers national security and politics.

  • House subcommittee continues to chip away at DISA

    A House panel suggested moving DoD network defense responsibilities away from DISA and over to a “one-stop-shop” for all things cyber.

  • Hackers steal hundreds of government credit card numbers

    In today’s Federal Newscast, the Defense Department says malicious hackers managed to steal the credit card numbers of several hundred people who’d been issued government travel cards.

  • Jared Serbu: DoD anti-hacker program uncovers 3,000 bugs

    The Defense Department’s vulnerability disclosure policy lets anyone in the world report security holes they find in the DoD system without fear of prosecution.