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Government Shutdown Highlights Importance of Planning Ahead

Parts of the government is still spinning back up after spending 35 days offline as part of the recent partial government shutdown. For security teams with long to-do lists, that's a lot of time they need to regain.

Government, Incident Response

Wyden, Rubio Ask CISA to Assess Threat From Foreign VPN Services

Two senators have asked the director of the Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency to look into the national security threat from foreign-based VPNs.


Police Shut Down xDedic Marketplace for Hacked Servers

European law enforcement and the US Department of Justice took the xDedic marketplace, a hotspot for cybercriminals on the dark web, sells access to compromised RDP servers belonging to universities, governments, and private enterprises, offline as part of a joint operation.

Hackers, Government

DNS Hijacking Campaign Targets Government During Shutdown

The Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency has issued an emergency directive about an ongoing DNS hijacking campaign against federal agencies.


When Privacy Goes to Washington

A new bill by Sen. Marco Rubio and a push for regulation of data brokers by Apple's Tim Cook has put privacy up front during the government shutdown.

Privacy, Apple, Government