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Jun 16 2015
The federal agency that lost millions of Americans most personal data to hackers has long been delinquent on its cybersecurity controls - including in two particularly sensitive systems that govern most of the governments background checks, an inspector general will tell Congress on Tuesday.Washington Times
Sep 16 2021
Special Counsel John Durham, the federal prosecutor tapped during the Trump administration to investigate the origins of the Russia investigation, could be days – if not hours – from taking his case to a grand jury against a cybersecurity attorney for allegedly providing a false statement to the FBI, Fox News has learned.
But the clock is ticking.
Durham is zeroing in on a Sept.Fox News (Online News)
Oct 19 2020
NEARLY HALF A decade ago, the Russian hackers known as Sandworm hit Western Ukraine with the first-ever cyberattack to cause a blackout, an unprecedented act of cyberwar that turned off the lights for a quarter million Ukrainians. They were just getting started. From there Sandworm embarked on a years-long spree of wantonly destructive attacks: another blackout attack on the Ukrainian capitalWired
Jun 25 2015
As many as 32 million Americans might have had their most sensitive data stolen in a breach of the federal government's human resources agency computers, lawmakers speculated Wednesday as pressure grew on President Obama to oust the woman who heads the agency that botched its cybersecurity.Washington Times
Mar 11 2013
Navy Admiral Samuel Locklear III is in charge of keeping an eye on North Korea, on the progression of tensions between China and Japan, and on cybersecurity threats from China. But he still thinks the biggest security threat in the Pacific is climate change.Washington Times
Nov 20 2021
What do people value in life? How much of what gives people satisfaction in their lives is fundamental and shared across cultures, and how much is unique to a given society? To understand these and other issues, Pew Research Center posed an open-ended question about the meaning of life to nearly 19,000 adults across 17 advanced economies.
From analyzing people’s answers, it is clearPew Research Center
Jan 22 2017
Rudy Giuliani, one of Donald Trump's top political surrogates and a millionaire, is running point on the president-elect's cybersecurity policies. Carl Icahn, a billionaire friend in New York, is charged with cutting regulations. And, now, Richard LeFrak and Steven Roth, two of his top real-estate friends, are special advisers to build a $1 trillion infrastructure plan.Politico
Jul 01 2021
A widely shared social media post claims that the Maricopa County election audit results have been released, allegedly showing that Donald Trump won Arizona by “1,087,574 votes.”
This is a false claim. No results from the audit have been released.
On November 30, Arizona certified its election results with Joe Biden beating Trump by 10,457 votes. In total, Biden received 1,672,The Dispatch
May 21 2017
President Trump has just announced the sale of a whopping $110 billion to Saudi Arabia which includes “tanks and helicopters for border security, ships for coastal security, intelligence-gathering aircraft, a missile-defense radar system, and cybersecurity tools,” reports ABC News. It forms part of a 10-year, $350 billion agreement in a “strategic vision” between the two countries, reports theVox
Mar 18 2021
On Feb. 16, less than two weeks after a mysterious attacker made headlines around the world by hacking a water treatment plant in Oldsmar, Florida, and nearly generating a mass poisoning, the city’s mayor declared victory.
“This is a success story,” Mayor Eric Seidel told the City Council in Oldsmar, a Tampa suburb of 15,000, after acknowledging “some deficiencies.” As he put it, “ourProPublica