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Don’t Fall for This USAJobs Phishing Scam

July 22, 2015 FROM NEXTGOV arrow The Office of Personnel Management is warning job seekers about email scams purporting to come from the federal government’s jobs site. A short advisory posted on the website states: Please be advised that the USAJOBS system is not sending out emails asking users to revalidate account information. Any emails...

Mark Your Calendar: Nextgov Prime Coming Sept. 9

May 27, 2015 FROM NEXTGOV arrow It’s more than three months away, but already we’re planning our marquee event, Nextgov Prime, and we wanted you to be the first to hear about it. Nextgov Prime: Gov2020: Technology and Government of Tomorrow will take place Sept. 9 at the Renaissance Hotel in Washington, D.C. As the title...

Colonial America Stands Up to ‘Worldwide Caliphate’ after Random Hack

March 12, 2015 FROM NEXTGOV arrow Colonial Williamsburg, the Virginia attraction that re-enacts 18th-century life, has offered to temporarily take custody of Iraqi artifacts the Islamic State is intent on destroying, according to the tourist destination’s leaders. Colonial Williamsburg President Mitchell B. Reiss, a former senior U.S. diplomat, first proposed the transfer March 2. Days later,...

Brit Allegedly Extracted Data from Pentagon Satellite System

March 6, 2015 FROM NEXTGOV arrow A U.K. man allegedly broke into an international satellite messaging system the U.S. military uses to communicate with global personnel, British officials announced Friday. Police arrested the 23-year-old unnamed West Midlands man Wednesday. The data affected was “nonconfidential” contact information for about 800 people, according to a U.K. government statement....

Former WH Deputy CIO Lands at Fortune 500 Medical Device Firm

March 2, 2015 FROM NEXTGOV arrow The former deputy chief information officer of the White House executive office is joining medical device giant Stryker as the company’s chief information security officer. Alissa Johnson had served as deputy CIO for the Office of Administration in the White House’s Executive Office of the President since March 2012. Stryker...

The Big Fix: Is Washington Ready for IT Reform?

February 19, 2015 FROM NEXTGOV arrow There’s rare consensus in Washington that the federal government’s system for buying IT is broken. In the year after the fiasco, progress on revamping federal IT procurement has been mostly fitful. Still, experts agree fixing federal IT acquisition certainly won’t happen overnight -- or even in a year. Nextgov's...

Attention, Nextgov Readers: We Need Your Help

February 3, 2015 FROM NEXTGOV arrow Nextgov aims to provide our readers with the most up-to-date, relevant federal IT news and analysis. So, tell us how we’re doing. Take our anonymous survey and let us know what stories and content you like consuming on Nextgov and what types of topics and coverage you want to see...

Kim Jong-un’s Operating System Now Available in the Free World

January 7, 2015 FROM NEXTGOV arrow A hacker has leaked an operating system called “RedStar 3.0” that North Korea has been using to free itself of the rest of the Earth’s technology, Motherboard reports. The software is publicly available on the file-sharing site Pastebin, but it won’t be easy for most consumers to load this package...

The Year of the Breach: 10 Federal Agency Data Breaches in 2014

December 30, 2014 FROM NEXTGOV arrow Call 2014 the year of the breach. Financial institutions, big-box retailers, entertainment giants and, yes, government agencies all fell victim to an assortment of cyber intruders last year. While private-sector cyberincidents stole the spotlight, the feds proved to be a tempting target for hackers as well. Over the past few...

48,000 Federal Employees Potentially Affected by Second Background Check Hack

December 18, 2014 FROM NEXTGOV arrow This story has been updated. The Office of Personnel Management is alerting more than 48,000 federal employees their personal information may have been exposed following a breach at KeyPoint Government Solutions, which conducts background investigations of federal employees seeking security clearances. The total number of employees affected is 48,439, according...

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