According to the inspector general’s memorandum, the Department of the Interior detected simulated malicious attacks and responded properly, making improvements from 2015 and 2018 evaluations.
The Government Accountability Office noted that all education levels have important skills for in-demand jobs, but higher education levels provide workers with more in-demand skills.
The Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency issued a cybersecurity advisory warning about active exploitations of vulnerabilities found in systems using unpatched Zimbra Collaboration Suite.
Leadership on the Energy & Commerce Committee sent four letters to crypto mining platforms about the potentially “severe” impacts of generating the digital currencies.
Inspector General Joseph Cuffari defended his office’s work, but lawmakers pushed back.
The memorandum sets up budget expectations for previously established cyber goals.
The Defense Department’s current “checklist” approach can’t keep its networks safe.
The General Services Administration’s updates for industry include timing for Alliant 3 as well as a higher ceiling for the current Alliant program.