U.S. Marshals Service Suffers Ransomware Attack, Data Breach
Government agencies and the federal justice system are hot targets of cybercriminals due to sensitive information stored on their systems.
U.S. Justice and Commerce Departments Launch Disruptive Technology Strike Force
The Disruptive Technology Strike Force is committed to reducing the risk of cyberattacks and data breaches.
Google Buyout of Mandiant: Done Deal (Nearly)
Google expects to complete Mandiant acquisition on September 12. Cybersecurity & incident response (IR) business will tuck into Google Cloud.
DOJ Sues Booz Allen Hamilton, Tries to Stop EverWatch Acquisition
The U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ) alleges Booz Allen-EverWatch deal will harm competition & innovation. Booz Allen claims otherwise.
Justice Department Takes Fresh Look at U.S. Cybersecurity Strategy
The U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ) will review cybersecurity strategy, Deputy Attorney General Lisa Monaco said during a virtual conference.
Justice Dept SOC Achieves Cybersecurity Service Provider Center of Excellence
The Department of Justice’s (DOJ) Security Operations Center (JSOC) passing cybersecurity assessment, DHS and Justice officials say.
DOJ Accuses Hackers of Stealing COVID-19 Research for Chinese Spy Services
U.S. Justice Department (DOJ) charges two Chinese nationals with conducting a decade-long hacking campaign to steal intellectual property.
Justice Department: Chinese Hackers Hit MSPs
Chinese hackers break into MSPs (managed services providers) to hit end-customer networks around the world, U.S. Department of Justice alleges. IBM and HPE targeted, report says.
DDoS Conviction: IT Consultant Receives 15-Year Prison Sentence
John Kelsey Gammell, an ex-employee at point-of-sale (POS) services firm Washburn Computer Group, has been convicted to 15 years in prison for DDoS attacks.