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Something tells me the State Department staff are not Edward Snowden fans. The first set of Guardian leaks came right before the Sino-American summit on cybersecurity where the United States was preparing to take a firm line with China regarding alleged cyber-attacks. Show More Summary
Is the U.S. engaged in a cyber war with China? In an excerpt from the Big Interview, Army Vice Chief of Staff John Campbell outlines the cybersecurity threat and the steps needed to give the U.S. an advantage.
Plus: Online bank robbers nabbed, and cybercrooks’ recruiting efforts uncovered
Power companies are increasingly upgrading to smart grids—national or state-based intelligent computer systems that collect information from consumers and suppliers in order to automatically improve the grid’s efficiency and reliability. Show More Summary
There are many consistent themes of the Obama administration, but one of the more troubling ones is the duplication of competencies. Just how many agencies do we need creating their own cybersecurity mandates? Yes, yes, Department of Energy wants to feel important. Show More Summary
It had been suspected for some time. Now, CBS News says it’s true. A CBS investigative reporter, Sharyl Attkisson, had suspected that someone had been hacking into her computer. CBS hired a cybersecurity company to check. And now says her suspicions were founded. That her computer had been hacked on “multiple occasions.” But the network [...]
The FDA has issued a draft guidance document on the expected content of premarket submissions with respect to medical device cybersecurity. This guidance targets individual medical devices rather than the network they may be resident on, and it also includes non-networked devices. Show More Summary
During a cybersecurity hearing yesterday in the Senate, NSA boss General Keith Alexander was asked a bunch of questions about the NSA surveillance scandal. At one point, he claimed that he didn't have an exact number of cases in which...Show More Summary
Medical device makers should take new steps to protect their products from malware and cyberattacks or face the possibility that U.S. Food and Drug Administration won't approve their devices for use, the FDA said. The FDA issued newShow More Summary
If true, the allegations could seriously undermine ongoing negotations between the U.S. and China on cybersecurity issues.
The Food and Drug Administration is tightening standards for a wide range of medical devices — from fetal monitors used in hospitals to pacemakers implanted in people — because of escalating concerns that the gadgets are vulnerable to cybersecurity breaches that could harm patients. Read full article >>
The Guardian: China has warned that revelations of electronic surveillance on a huge scale by American intelligence agency the NSA will “test developing Sino-US ties” and exacerbate their “soured relationship” on cybersecurity. The assessment in an article and editorial carried by the state-run China Daily represents the first official comment in state media as China [...]
A Senate committee hearing Wednesday that was supposed to focus on “the cybersecurity threat” got a little off topic today due to one of the witnesses being Gen. Keith Alexander, the head of the National Agency, a.k.a. the super-secretive spying agency that had many of its secrets leaked all over the Internet in the last [...]
While speaking at a Senate Appropriations Committee hearing on enduring cybersecurity threats, National Security Agency (NSA) Director Gen. Keith Alexander called claims made by NSA leaker Edward Snowden about his personal wiretapping abilities at the agency “false.” Sen. Susan Collins (R-ME) asked directly, “I saw an interview in which Mr. Snowden claimed that due to [...]
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - U.S. critical infrastructure - which ranges from telecommunications to water to energy supplies - is not well prepared to handle a destructive cyber attack, the top U.S. general in charge of cybersecurity said on Wednesday.
Last week's revelations that the U.S. government was collecting data on millions of phone calls made through Verizon and running an Internet surveillance program targeting foreign nationals via major online corporations, make it almost...Show More Summary
In their "shirt-sleeves" summit in California, Barack Obama and President Xi Jinping may have danced around dicey issues like cybersecurity, free trade and military tensions in the Pacific, but they managed to find common ground in one area, at least