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Jesse Topper, R-Bedford, both of whom represent Fulton County in Harrisburg. Ward decried the state’s “strong-arm” tactics in decertifying the Fulton machines. “This aggressive move is just another example of why we need meaningful election reform,” she said last week. Top-ranking Republican lawmakers joined in criticizing the Department of State, even as they’ve stopped short of endorsing the audit scheme itself. The Fulton County fiasco has put a roadblock in front of Mastriano’s audit plan. No other counties have publicly expressed interest in cooperating, and at least two have refused. On Thursday, Mastriano and Ward’s colleague Sen. Dan Laughlin, R-Erie, dismissed the plan entirely, arguing in an op-ed that it would create a “paranoid” atmosphere. “What message will people take from someone trying to pry open voting machines and rummage through already counted ballots while employing statistical tricks to argue that the 2020 election was a fraud?” Laughlin wrote. Despite the setbacks, Mastriano has not suggested he will scale back or change the plan. The first 2020 election audit, in Arizona’s most populous county, is still underway. The Arizona search, carried out by some of the same contractors involved in the Fulton County affair, has been marred by infighting and public resignations. This week, the GOP liaison to the audit announced his plans to resign, saying he won’t be a “rubber stamp” for the process. GOP lawmakers in Arizona have criticized the “botched” process there. Nevertheless, some representatives in other states appear eager to replicate the effort. This week, a lawmaker in Wisconsin promised a “comprehensive, forensic investigation” into the 2020 results. Pennsylvania’s senators were split on a key vote for a bipartisan infrastructure deal that would cover years’ worth of federal projects. The Senate voted 67-32 on a major procedural vote for the bill, which still had several steps before final passage as of Thursday. The approximately $1.2 trillion bill came after weeks of negotiation among Senate leaders. Sen. Bob Casey, D-Pa., backed the motion, while Sen.

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Defence Forces deployed 'ethical hackers' to fight back against massive HSE cyber attack The CIS Corps deployed experts trained to think like cyber criminals to tackle the threat. By Niall O'Connor Tuesday 20 Jul 2021, 12:05 AM Jul 20th 2021, 12:05 AM 39,924 Views 39 Comments THE DEFENCE FORCES deployed the skills of so-called ‘ethical hackers’ in their bid to fight back against the HSE cyber attack of May this year.  Ethical hackers are trained to effectively think like a cyber criminal and highlight flaws in a system’s structure. They’re typically tasked with highlighting weaknesses that need to be addressed in IT systems.  Captain Steve Keane, an Officer in the Computer Response Team (CRT) of the Defence Forces Communications and Information Services Corps (CIS), has revealed for the first time the detailed work of the unit during the HSE  crisis , which is still not yet fully resolved.  In a podcast  by the Defence Forces, Keane revealed how his unit were contacted immediately by the HSE and how they set about trying to find the hackers and analyse the virus. “We had personnel who were analysing the malware – what does it do?” he said. “They were also hunting for the threat actor, the adversary, on the network. [We were asking] is the person there? Is there a level of persistence where the network is brought back up and is there something nasty hiding in the corner and undoes all the work?” Keane said that there were also military experts involved in testing a decryptor – a programme designed to retrieve infected data on HSE computers.  He said that his team were working on the project with the health service “up until extremely recently”. According to the latest update from the HSE, 82% of systems are now decrypted. The attack continues to affect various aspects of the service, but according to the latest official update on the ransomware attack there is currently “no evidence that large amounts of patient or staff data has been published online or sold to criminals involved in fraud”. As the health system buckled under the pressure of the initial attack, Keane said the Defence Forces sprung into action immediately.  20.05.21 HSE ransomware attack began on a single computer when an employee clicked on a link While Keane didn’t comment on any specific measures, sources have told The Journal that soldiers attached to CIS were sent to hospitals and HSE offices to decrypt computers on site. The captain said: “The Defence Forces, due to its flexible nature, were able to deploy very quickly. We were able to deploy nationally to a lot of locations in every corner of the country due to the amount of barracks and their locations so we were very flexible.  “It was great to see all the different companies, all the different entities there. They were at the briefings and everyone saying ‘what can we address do?’. It was a very positive experience.” As previously reported by The Journal, significant questions have been raised by TDs and military sources about the impact of funding cuts on the CIS Corps. Keane did not speak about the funding shortfall in the Defence Forces affecting its ability to respond but defended his unit’s capability.   “The quality of people we have, we don’t have a lot of personnel – as with every organisation you are crying out for more but the people we do have, the skills they have, are exceptional.” #Open journalism No news is bad news Support The Journal Your contributions will help us continue to deliver the stories that are important to you Keane was asked during the interview what was the future for the CIS Corps and he said that the need for the unit was only going to grow.  “It is only going to get bigger, it has to get bigger. It is recognised by the European Defence Agency, by NATO, by any credible force that the nature of conflict has changed. Using a term often deployed by military experts to refer to traditional warfare he said: “You don’t just have kinetic conflict, from now on, it will be proceeded by a cyber effect.”

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