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Two People's Information Compromised in SEC Data Breach

Hackers may have traded on nonpublic information, though.

State Election Officials Still Angry but Ready to Work with DHS

The Homeland Security Department and states' information sharing efforts about Russian cyber meddling got off to a rocky start but they're working on it.

CIGIE Chair and Justice Department IG Michael Horowitz said the site will demonstrate the value of IGs.

IGs Band Together for a Common Website to Share Results of Investigations

Project eases access to reports governmentwide while promoting watchdogs’ work.

Congress Takes Up FITARA, Healthcare.gov Outages and Has a Lot of Equifax Questions

Then there are the matters of White House staff using private email and how Russians used Facebook and Twitter during elections.

Jeanette Manfra, assistant secretary for Homeland Security’s Cybersecurity and Communications Office.

Soon, DHS Will Have Eyes on Computer Vulnerabilities Across the Government

A governmentwide software dashboard is launching next month.

Democrats Push for Billions to Bring High-Speed Internet to Everyone

Lawmakers believe faster, better broadband will help bring underserved rural communities into the 21st-century economy.

Most Feds Like NIST’s Cybersecurity Framework

Trump’s cybersecurity executive order directed all agencies to adopt the framework.

Twitter Told Congress Everything It Knows About Russian Influence on Its App. It Isn’t Much

The Senate Intelligence Committee investigating Russian interference in the U.S. presidential election was expecting more than it got.

Sen. Mark Warner, D-Va.

Social Media is ‘First Tool’ of 21st-Century Warfare, Lawmaker Says

And buying Facebook ads is much cheaper than an F-35 fighter jet, said Sen. Mark Warner.

Former Homeland Security Secretary Jeh Johnson testifies to the House Intelligence Committee task force on Capitol Hill

Congress Should Consider Election Security Standards, Obama DHS Officials Say

Lawmakers may want to require the intelligence community report on the state of election cybersecurity in advance of elections, they also suggested.