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New Jersey hospital chain pays attackers to thwart ransomware incident

by Jeff Stone

The size of the payment was not disclosed.

Ukrainian national accused of spreading millions of malicious ads by posing as a CEO

by Jeff Stone

A U.S. Department of Justice indictment does not specify how much money the conspiracy yielded.

DHS official: States will probably know first if malicious cyber-activity hits primaries

by Sean Lyngaas

The Department of Homeland Security is on standby to alert state officials of any malicious cyber activity during Tuesday’s primary elections, but it will likely be the states themselves that know first if something is amiss, Matthew Masterson, a senior cybersecurity adviser at DHS, told CyberScoop.

Election security bill still needs work in some areas, state officials tell Senate sponsors

by Zaid Shoorbajee

Six states discussed with the main sponsors of the Secure Elections Act how they would implement the bill.

Time is running out for state officials to be approved for cybersecurity intel ahead of elections

by Chris Bing

With just about a month left before the polls open in New Jersey and Virginia for gubernatorial elections, the Department of Homeland Security is racing to vet state officials who have applied for the ability to receive classified briefings, people familiar with the matter tell CyberScoop.