Federal information technology systems have experienced breaches for years, as documented in a steady trickle of intrusions reports by watchdogs and in reports to Congress, but in many ways such cybersecurity incidents reached a crescendo in 2015.
Even watchdogs aren't immune to judgment. During congressional testimony, two people have already publicly disputed conclusions that the committee drew.
Recent breaches at the Office of Personnel Management resulted in the theft of some 21.5 million individuals' personal information and rocked federal IT — but the peculiar public communication timeline warrants a closer look.
In addition to red team vs. blue team exercises, interdepartmental sparring could be imminent across the Defense Department's cyber ranges.
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Earlier this month, the Veterans Affairs Department hosted a handful of journalists at its headquarters to demonstrate the capabilities of its refreshed electronic health record tool for the department's clinicians and care givers.
CMS previously prohibited access to detailed CMS data for use in for-profit products and tools, but the new initiative will welcome commercial "innovators." We may have to wait and see if health insurance companies fall into that category.