cyberattacks

SolarWinds agrees to pay $26M to settle shareholder lawsuit over 2020 cyberattack

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The company also warned that the SEC has made a preliminary decision to take action against the company over the breach.

Sen. Warner criticizes HHS and CISA for lack of coordination on cybersecurity, pushes for new cyber exec

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In a policy options paper published Thursday, Warner called on both agencies to provide more timely health care sector-specific cybersecurity guidance.

Government cyber experts feel they lack resources for breach response, finds (ISC)² survey

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Respondents from government and military expressed uncertainty over their organization's breach response capabilities.

Coast Guard needs to improve its cyber workforce says watchdog

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The GAO calls on the service to adopt six key recommendations to improve the ability of its staff to respond to cyberattacks.

CISA seeks public comment on upcoming major cyber incident reporting regulations

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Industry will have until Nov. 14 to comment on the Cyber Incident Reporting for Critical Infrastructure Act of 2022.

Cybersecurity skills shortage has led to a talent war between agencies says Commerce CIO

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"It's a very, very tough situation with cybersecurity hiring. It's extremely difficult getting the right people with the right skills right now."

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