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Former federal officials question Secret Service records retention policy following deletion of Jan. 6 texts

Top IT officials and lawyers within the Secret Service are responsible for the major failures in collecting text messages within the agency related to the Jan. 6 Capitol attack because they left it up to individual agents to back up their data, multiple former federal government officials told FedScoop. Nihal Krishan reports.

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DISA sees progress in migrating to milCloud replacement

The Defense Information Systems Agency has migrated 60 of 120 accounts from its old cloud infrastructure milCloud to the new model it’s replacing it with. Mark Pomerleau has the details.

FEMA, FCC warn emergency alert system vulnerable to hacking

FEMA has issued an advisory to broadcasters after learning the exploit may be demonstrated to a large audience at the DEF CON hacking conference in Las Vegas this month. Dave Nyczepir has the story.

Lack of identity engineers hinders agencies’ MFA adoption

Some agencies continue to struggle with implementing phishing-resistant multi-factor authentication because there’s a dearth of identity engineers in government, according to cybersecurity experts. Dave Nyczepir has this also.

Twilio, a texting platform popular with political campaigns, reports breach

Twilio, a communications software popular with political campaigns, disclosed a breach that affected a “limited number” of customers. The company said in a blog post Sunday that it’s still in the early stages of its investigation. Tonya Riley has the story for CyberScoop.


A three-stage approach to digitizing documents and workflows

While the 21st Century Integrated Digital Experience Act (IDEA) shifted how federal agencies engage with citizens digitally, the pandemic created a new urgency for government services to not only be digital, but accessible, inclusive, user-centric and mobile-friendly. A new report proposes a three-stage approach to digitizing documents and workflows that can help agency leaders build upon their existing digital modernization strategies. Read more in the report.

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