US Government Rallies Agencies, Businesses to Stop Ransomware Attacks
CISA launches StopRansomware.gov website. Federal government introduces rewards to track down hackers that target U.S. infrastructure.
BAE Systems, Dell EMC Partner for Secure US Government Cloud Solution
Managed security services provider (MSSP) BAE Systems & Dell EMC announce federated secure cloud hybrid cloud solution for U.S. government agencies.
Will the US Government Stop Using Kaspersky Lab Antivirus, Cybersecurity Products?
A new Senate bill may prevent the U.S. government from doing business with Kaspersky Lab, a Russian provider of cybersecurity and antivirus solutions.
Suspected Chinese Hackers Hit Critical Infrastructure, Government Agencies In Espionage Operation
Cyber attackers exploiting a ManageEngine ADSelfService Plus password management tool hit nine organizations, Palo Alto Networks alleges.
Deloitte Acquires Zero Trust, Government Cybersecurity Companies
Deloitte acquires Zero Trust Network Access (ZTNA) company TransientX & government cybersecurity consulting firm Sentek Global. Deloitte also operates a Top 250 MSSP.
Cybersecurity Memo From White House to U.S. Mayors, Local Governments
White House Cyber Advisor Anne Neuberger discusses cybersecurity with U.S. Conference of Mayors. Government-focused MSSPs should consider these moves.
SolarWinds Hacker Encore: Russia Phishing Attacks Target U.S. Government Agencies
U.S. legislators urge President Biden to tighten economic sanctions vs. Russia amid Microsoft report of Russia-led phishing attacks.
Optiv Focuses On Government Supply Chain Security
MSSP Optiv unveils Cybersecurity Maturity Model Certification (CCMC) amid sharpened focus on government supply chain security.
JetBrains TeamCity: Hacked by Russia to Hit SolarWinds, U.S. Government?
Alleged JetBrains TeamCity hack may have given Russia a back door into SolarWinds Orion, New York Times reports.
White House Needs National Cybersecurity Director, Government Watchdog Asserts
The White House needs a “clear central leader” to coordinate the disparate U.S. cybersecurity programs of 23 federal agencies, a Government Accountability Office (GAO) report asserts.