Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI)

FBI tested and almost deployed controversial Pegasus spyware: NYT 


The FBI almost deployed a highly controversial hacking tool that could have penetrated Americans' cellphones, according to a report.

State Dept. awards Verizon $1.6B contract to modernize network infrastructure at U.S. embassies


The agency made the 10-year award through the $50 billion Enterprise Infrastructure Solutions contract.

China allegedly tapped computers and phones of Fed employee, Sen. Portman says in report


Lawmakers say the Fed must do more to secure its systems from overseas interference.

DHS buying personal data from govt contractors pushes Congress to pass legislation curtailing 3rd party data brokers


The Fourth Amendment Is Not For Sale Act would ban the police and government agencies from buying 'illegitimately obtained information'.

Verizon wins $400M FBI task order under EIS contract


The task order is a re-award of work the FBI awarded Verizon last year that AT&T protested, but the Government Accountability Office quickly dismissed.

Cryptocurrencies compound federal efforts to curb federal fraud


FBI, Secret Service, USCIS and National Security Council officials describe the unprecedented scale of federal financial fraud, and data tactics to prosecute it.