Cyber Policy in the News

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Virtual community and school board meetings have been commonplace over the last two years. Instead of gathering in person, these
In the past few years, ransomware attacks have crippled schools, hospitals, city governments, and pipelines. Yet, despite the heavy toll such incidents have on
A Biden administration initiative meant to combat disinformation online — but which seemed poorly thought out from the beginning — is in
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A joint security advisory issued by cybersecurity agencies from the US, Canada, New Zealand, the Netherlands and the UK describe
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Costa Rica has declared a state of emergency after ransomware hackers crippled computer networks across multiple government agencies, including the
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May 10 (Reuters) - Russia was behind a massive cyberattack against a satellite internet network in Ukraine which took thousands
Politico reported last week that members of the Senate Armed Services Committee’s cybersecurity subpanel will also dive into how artificial
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According to the HIPPA Journal, The US Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) has failed their security audit for
The U.S. Cyber Command has created a collaborative program with the private sector to share insights and information about critical