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Several advocacy groups have raised major civil-liberties concerns about pending cybersecurity legislation, claiming the language may unfairly expose personal information and punish those who hide it.
A group calling itself "Lulzsec Reborn" claims to have hacked into the private information of 170,000 members of a military dating website. However, the owner of the website disputed the claim, since the dating service has only 140,000 members.
The National Telecommunications and Information Administration told a House panel it is trying to expand deployment of technology known as DNS-SEC.
The goal is to give people a platform for developing programs soldiers can use on-the-go.
An interagency group of senior officials will brief Senate lawmakers today on what would be the response if the nation's critical infrastructure suffered a cyber attack. The meetings come as Senate lawmakers debate two cyber bills that try to address critical infrastructure protection.
The Defense Information Systems Agency shut down Internet access and BlackBerry service for Pentagon employees Thursday morning.
The National Institute of Standards and Technology released the first draft of special publication 800-53 revision 4 yesterday.
The Homeland Security Department has been hunting down federal computers infected with the DNSChanger virus. The virus intercepts messages and sends victims to rogue web sites.
The CIA says its private sector funding arm, In-Q-Tel, will work with Reversing Labs to develop a program it will offer to both the public and private sectors.
Hackers who broke into a security consulting firm Stratfor are now targeting the company's government subscribers.