Cybersecurity

Federal Court Denies Government's Appeal Seeking to Kill OPM Hack Lawsuit

With standing established, lower court will now have to hear the case on its merits.

Report: Executive Branch Should Establish an Interagency Task Force to Combat Foreign Election Inference

Bipartisan Senate report recommends a media literacy initiative and a system for alerting people targeted with disinformation.

Trump Administration Seeks to Quash Lawsuit Over OPM Hack

Government says feds are not entitled to damages as hackers intended to use the personal information they gathered for spying, not identity theft or fraud. 

Federal Employees Suing OPM Score Win in Lawsuit Over Data Hacks

Appeals court overrules district-level finding, says federal employee unions have standing to sue.

House Passes Revamped Bipartisan IRS Reform Bill

The Taxpayer First Act would redesign the agency and boost identity theft protection.

NATO Getting More Aggressive on Offensive Cyber

Secretary General Stoltenberg says NATO pushes limits of what the alliance can do in cyberspace.

GAO: GSA Must Do More on Property Management, Cybersecurity

A federal watchdog agency’s reminder on outstanding recommendations comes as the Trump administration pushes for the agency to take on new responsibilities.

Agencies Ramp Up Classified Plans to Protect 2020 Elections

Homeland Security and Justice deliver review of meddling during 2018.

Swamped By Cyberthreats, Citizens Need Government Protection

Governments can help citizens protect their own cybersecurity by providing practical advice and meaningful support.

FBI and Intel Community Release Framework to Thwart Insider Threats

Among 19 elements is the creation of a new career path for federal employees.

INTELLIGENCE FILE Ditching The Dots

Is it time for us to retire an overused expression?

INTELLIGENCE FILE Dodging the Budget Ax

The intelligence community is bracing for spending cuts.

ANALYSIS:Intelligence File Quiet on Drones

Pressure is building for President Obama to rein in one of the CIA’s favorite weapons.

ANALYSIS:Intelligence File The Outsiders

Contractors are here to stay. So, train federal employees how to manage them better.

ANALYSIS:Intelligence File Listening In

Surveillance laws should focus on how agencies use information, not how they collect it.

ANALYSIS:Intelligence File Afghanistan’s Spy Surge

A new war effort will stress the intelligence community.