By Jenni Bergal This is Part Three of the State of the States 2018 series. While Congress wrestles with whether to restore
Remembering Equifax, Uber and all the other data breaches of the last year.
In a recent survey, nearly a third of local government IT officers reported a spike in cyberattacks during the past 12 months.
The internet phone and messaging app is the latest Western product to vanish amid a national cyber crackdown.
Lobbying in the age of negative partisanship.
National security is a bipartisan issue of the utmost importance.
Michigan’s volunteer cybersecurity team can be deployed only in massive cyber emergencies. A bill in the Legislature would
The Office of Personnel Management insisted that a congresswoman get a Republican to co-sign her standard request.
While the recent global cyberattack has spared federal government agencies, some state and local governments have been affected
The Trump National Golf Club in New Jersey and the Trump International Hotel in D.C. have the same vulnerabilities.
"The governments of the world should treat this attack as a wake-up call," Microsoft's Brad Smith said.
Cybercriminals are unrelenting in their attacks on state and local government computers, and the states are looking to Congress
Public disclosures like this enable collective cyber defense through information sharing.