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Illinois State Police, Department of Homeland Security not saying is shutdown of water pump was due to failure or computer hackers.
While Nasdaq's basic computer architecture was found to be sound, some computers had out-of-date software, misconfigured firewalls and uninstalled security patches.
Tom Shoop, editor-in-chief of Gov Exec, explains why these agencies are so appealing.
Through a restraining order, five Coreflood botnet command and control servers were seized and swapped with government servers halting further damage to millions of computers.
Several departments are starting to understand that buying and creating technology systems can be done in small, iterative steps. OMB's push for agile development seems to be taking hold across the government.
The Justice Department drags its feet when reporting cyber incidents and does not have cyber incident reports from all of its departments, according to an Office of the Inspector General report.
Authorities around the world are rounding up the members of the hacking groups LulzSecurity and Anonymous. Dozens of arrests have been made so far.
Cody Kretsinger, a 23-year-old from Phoenix, has been charged with conspiracy and unauthorized impairment of a protected computer.
The FBI is investigating more than 400 cyber hijackings of corporate bank accounts, after cyber criminals have taken over the accounts of American companies, school districts and even some local government offices and made unauthorized wire transfers.
onymous is not so anonymous anymore. The computer hackers, chat room denizens and young people who comprise the loosely affiliated Internet collective have increasingly turned to questionable tactics, drawing the attention of the FBI, the Department of Homeland Security and other federal investigators.
The FBI and Homeland Security have issued a nationwide warning about al-Qaida threats to small airplanes, just days before the anniversary of the 2001 terrorist attacks.
Officials from the three nations are finding common ground in the need for cybersecurity and trusted identities in cyberspace. The FBI has set up a liaison in China, while the Secret Service has an office in Russia and plans to open one in China to investigate cyber crime.
The company says he will be responsible for network security, protocol and policies to protect Swift Exchange and its user community from all cyber attacks and breaches.
The FBI has joined Army agents investigating possible criminal practices at Arlington National Cemetery that may have surrounded the burial of eight sets of cremated human remains found in urns in a single grave.
Gov Exec's Tom Shoop explain how the FBI's takedown of its number one most wanted person silenced national mockery.
A woman whose comments in Ohio about a bomb stopped flights for a time at Washington Reagan National Airport told officials she received a message from God.
William Yeomans is a Professor at American University. He joins In Depth with analysis on Robert Mueller's tenure at the FBI.
The FBI says it has received multiple reports of a scam letter using a copy of the FBI seal.
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