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Aug 04 2020
Governments, businesses and individuals are under attack from other governments, cyber-criminals, and "hacktivists" capable of stealing billions of dollars in personal and business data and compromising sensitive government operations.The Heritage Foundation
Aug 04 2020
The next president will face serious foreign policy challenges. CFR offers a full suite of resources to help you parse the candidates’ positions and understand how they see the U.S. role in the world.
This project was made possible in part by a grant from Carnegie Corporation of New York.Council on Foreign Relations
Jun 09 2023
MINNEAPOLIS -- Hackers have breached Minnesota Department of Education data, obtaining information on tens of thousands of students, the majority of which are in the state's foster care system. The department said they had been notified of a potential vulnerability in their file transfer service MOVEit on May 31, and 24 files were breached that same day. The files contained information of 95,CBS News (Online)
Jun 16 2023
A global cyberattack roiling Louisiana's Office of Motor Vehicles shows how sophisticated digital criminals have become, experts say, as sluggish and bifurcated cybersecurity protocols leave firms and governments scrambling to safeguard peoples' data. Cybersecurity researchers, consultants and government officials reacted with alarm Friday as the hack's effects reverberated in Louisiana andThe New Orleans Advocate
May 22 2023
China Says U.S. Chipmaker Micron’s Products Pose ‘Serious Cybersecurity Risks’ As It Restricts Purchases
Chinese authorities banned the use of American chipmaker Micron’s products in key infrastructure projects Sunday, claiming the chips failed to pass a security review, marking the latest salvo in the ongoing geopolitical tussle between Beijing and Washington over access to advanced semiconductors. The move was announced by the Cyberspace Administration of China, which said it came to theForbes
May 05 2023
A ransomware attack from a prolific group called Royal has caused outages for many of Dallas’ systems for the past three days. Websites remained down and first responders continued to rely on emergency backup plans heading into the weekend. The city said 911 and 311 calls were still being answered and it “does not believe” residents’ and vendors’ information has been leaked. “Much progress hasThe Dallas Morning News
Jul 29 2022
Six months ago, more than 5.1 million healthcare records were breached in a single month. As shocking as that number seems, it wasn’t much more significant than the 12-month average of almost 4 million. Not surprisingly, healthcare organizations have turned to cyber insurance to protect themselves from the enormous cost and liabilities associated with such attacks.
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Aug 19 2020
Lee Rainie, director of internet, science and technology research at Pew Research Center, presented the Center’s findings about public practices and knowledge related to cybersecurity to the advisory board of the National Cybersecurity Alliance on May 5, 2017. He discussed the wide variance in what the public knows about key cybersecurity issues and concepts and people’s habits when it comesPew Research Center
Aug 04 2020
With the Senate poised to consider comprehensive “cybersecurity” legislation this month, a bevy of questions need answers. Although it is difficult to secure computers, networks, and data, are government spending and regulation the answer? Are the cybersecurity threats touted in Washington real or trumped up? Should legal protections for privacy and other values give way in the name of “Cato Institute