SolarWinds

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Veterans Affairs says no evidence of data loss from SolarWinds hack

The Department of Veterans Affairs’ top cybersecurity official told Congress Thursday that audits by VA, DHS and an outside firm have shown no indications…

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Pentagon believes it escaped unscathed from SolarWinds, Microsoft hacks

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CISA: ‘Identity is everything’ for cyber defense post-SolarWinds

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(AP Photo/J. Scott Applewhite)Mark Warner

SolarWinds fallout sparks calls for mandatory incident reporting, repercussions after cyber attacks

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Agencies ‘building back better’ after SolarWinds breach, top Biden cyber official says

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Experts laud SolarWinds post-attack efforts, but why’d it take a massive cyber incident to make changes?

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Can the SolarWinds incident spur more action, less talk about supply chain security?

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Agencies scrambling to get a grip after SolarWinds hack

For more likely scenarios, Federal Drive with Tom Temin turned to the former National Security Agency chief information security officer, now with Fidelis…

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NISTRon Ross, NIST

How SolarWinds could’ve been prevented

As the government deals with what might be the worst cybersecurity breach ever, National Institute of Standards and Technology Fellow Ron Ross joined the…

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FILE - This Tuesday, Aug. 4, 2009, file photo shows the United States Chamber of Commerce building in Washington. Elite cyber spies have spent months secretly exploiting SolarWinds software to peer into computer networks, putting many of the company's highest-profile customers in national governments, including the U.S. Treasury and Commerce departments, and Fortune 500 companies on high alert. (AP Photo/Manuel Balce Ceneta, File)

SolarWinds incident should be a catalyst to rethink federal cybersecurity

Current and former federal cyber experts say lawmakers and the White House shouldn’t focus on why the SolarWinds cyber incident happened, but rather how federal cybersecurity needs to change to deal with similar attacks in the future.

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