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Update: GA SoS: Multiple DHS Firewall Penetration Attempts Across Key Election Dates

GA SOS: DHS Tried to Breach Our Firewall

“[Georgia’s GOP Secretary of State] Brian Kemp issued a letter to [Department of Homeland Security Secretary Jeh] Johnson on Thursday after the state’s third-party cybersecurity provider detected an IP address from the agency’s Southwest D.C. office trying to penetrate the state’s firewall. According to the letter, the attempt was unsuccessful. The attempt took place on […]

Apple CEO Tim Cook’s Interview Over FBI, Cybersecurity and Civil Rights

In the debate between Apple and the FBI, it’s important to understand a full context of what’s at stake. CEO Tim Cook makes some excellent points during a recent ABC News interview regarding public safety, civil liberties, and asking the right question of should something be created. Approximately halfway through the interview, it’s interesting to note […]

On Cybersecurity and What’s Being Done About It

From a security analyst point of view, today became a great day for a write-up on the current national discussion of cybersecurity — and, more importantly, what is actually being done about it. This morning, LegalInsurrection.com posted quite the prescient article entitled, “What If Spying On Social Media Sites Could Save Lives?” In it, one […]