This 1994 testimony describes early efforts by the IRS to adapt to increased threats of electronic fraud and unauthorized access of taxpayer data by IRS employees.
This indictment lists the charges filed against Roman Seleznev, son of a member of Russian Parliament, related to the hacking of credit card data.
This letter clarifies targeting and minimization techniques used by the intelligence community when conducting "upstream collection" (intercepting traffic at major network nodes).
This document is a transcription of court proceedings in which a FISC judge asks representatives from the Department of Justice, Office of the Director of National Intelligence, and National Security Agency questions related to FISA surveillance minimization.
This report examines vulnerabilities to smart grids, which are power grids that adapt to user patterns, and presents priorities for securing them.
This document is a "roadmap" for the centralization of the Marine Corps Enterprise Network.
This document provides testing guidelines for voting systems.
This document provides requirements for voting systems.
This guidance outlines the efforts to be made in the near-term to reform the Army's information networks as well as the acquisition and development that will be required to support medium-term actions.
This document outlines the objectives and structure of Poland's cyber security sector and includes a short description of Poland's digital society.
This joint letter from the Department of Justice and the Intelligence Community urges members of Congress to reauthorize Title VII of the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act.
This letter, signed by Democratic members of the House Committee on Energy and Commerce, seeks information on how the Equifax data breach occurred and how Equifax is responding to the attack.