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Cyberattack compromises Homeland Security, Justice Department

SmartBrief on Cybersecurity | Feb 09, 2016

US officials say no sensitive data was stolen by a hacker who gained access to information on thousands of Homeland Security and Justice Department employees. The information appears to have been stolen from internal directories. The New York Times (free-article access for SmartBrief readers) (02/08)


Unsecured, unauthenticated e-mails now flagged by Google

SmartBrief on Cybersecurity | Feb 11, 2016

Security researchers identify harmful strain of remote-access malware

SmartBrief on Cybersecurity | Feb 10, 2016

Cisco warns of security risks tied to Internet of Things

SmartBrief on Cybersecurity | Feb 10, 2016

White House seeks boost in cybersecurity funding

SmartBrief on Cybersecurity | Feb 09, 2016

Industry commends Obama's cybersecurity plan

SmartBrief on Cybersecurity | Feb 11, 2016

Malware identified in 4 third-party Android app stores

SmartBrief on Cybersecurity | Feb 12, 2016

Dell touts cloud-based solution to scan PCs for malware at startup

SmartBrief on Cybersecurity | Feb 09, 2016

Federal government to get first chief information security officer

SmartBrief on Cybersecurity | Feb 10, 2016

Microsoft targets device security with Internet of Things Hub

SmartBrief on Cybersecurity | Feb 08, 2016


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