The Modernizing Government Technology Act (MGT) is moving forward. Signed into law in December as part of the National Defense Authorization Act, the White House just published guidelines for agencies who want to access MGT’s $500 million central revolving capital fund. Agencies will submit proposals to a board of experts who will evaluate the proposals […] […]

We tend to think of international cyber attacks as a new phenomenon: threats only created by recent mass digitalization. But, in reality, they have been around since the Cold War. Back in 1982, the CIA accessed the control system for a Soviet gas pipeline and triggered a massive explosion. At the time, such events were known as ‘logic bombs’.