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How the Interior Department Stopped a Phishing Attack

The phishing attack compromised more than 100 employees' credentials.

Interior Department IT Manager Admits to Credit Card Fraud

The employee had to repay $3,554 in fraudulent charges and received a year’s probation.

Homeland Security Secretary John Kelly testifies on Capitol Hill in Washington, Thursday, May 25, 2017

DHS Secretary Promises Report on Russian Antivirus Use at Agency

Lawmakers have grown increasingly concerned about alleged links between the cybersecurity firm Kaspersky and Russian intelligence.

Signal Jammers Stymie First Responders, and DHS Wants It To Stop

Though they're banned in the U.S., illegally imported jammers could delay emergency responders.

Impersonated Net Neutrality Commenters Want FCC Investigation

A group of letter writers say their information was used fraudulently to post anti-net neutrality comments.

Senators Urge 'Swift Action' on IT Modernization Bill

Urgent security issues are one reason a bipartisan group wants the Senate to take action on the Modernizing Government Technology Act.

Homeland Security Secretary John Kelly

Safe From WannaCry? Thank the Government.

DHS secretary describes an active government campaign to limit the virus’ spread.

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DHS: Biometrics Could Cut the Over 700K Visa Overstays

About 1.47 percent of foreign travelers with visas overstayed their expected departure.

There Is a Place for USDS, 18F in Trump Administration

U.S. Digital Service would receive $19 million, while 18F would get $21 million.

U.S. Cyber Command and the National Security Agency Director Adm. Mike Rogers testifies on Capitol Hill in Washington.

CYBERCOM Budget Request Focused on Elevation to Full Command

The command is hard at work prepping for elevation, but with no strict timeline, Adm. Michael Rogers said.