Lawmakers question Microsoft president over China ties, repeated breaches

Brad Smith defended the company at a time of growing concerns about whether the tech giant is sufficiently prioritizing security.

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Microsoft’s Brad Smith should prepare for ‘ritual punishment’ before House hearing

Some experts are doubtful the Homeland Security Committee testimony and questioning of Microsoft chief Brad Smith will lead to significant change.

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FCC moves ahead on internet routing security rules

The Border Gateway Protocol regulations proved less controversial than a $200 million school and library cyber program.

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Panel advises CISA on how to improve industry-government collaboration project

The adopted recommendations include not getting waylaid from the central mission of the Joint Cyber Defense Collaborative.

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Panel advises CISA on how to improve industry-government collaboration project

The adopted recommendations include not getting waylaid from the central mission of the Joint Cyber Defense Collaborative.

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FCC vote on tap for rules to secure fundamental component of the internet

The regulations would seek to bolster Border Gateway Protocol security, but some industry groups are concerned the proposal is too heavy-handed.

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Fake Tom Cruise warns of violence at Paris Olympics in pro-Russian info op

The influence campaign includes a phony Netflix documentary and seeks to undermine France and the International Olympic Committee.

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Mattis: Don’t create separate military cyber service

The former defense secretary said U.S. Cyber Command needs emergency authority to be able to operate inside the United States.

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Departing top CISA official reflects on nearly four years in the cyber hot seat

Eric Goldstein spoke with CyberScoop about where the Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency has made progress, lessons learned and what’s next.

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Top CISA official Eric Goldstein to depart agency next month

Goldstein has served as the executive assistant director for cybersecurity and worked on a number of key priorities for the agency.

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