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Posts from September 2023.

On Monday, the DOJ announced a settlement with Verizon Business Network Services LLC (“Verizon”), where Verizon agreed to pay $4.1 M to settle allegations that it failed to completely satisfy certain cybersecurity controls in connection with an information technology service provided to federal agencies. The settlement resolves allegations that Verizon’s Managed Trusted Internet Protocol Service (“MTIPS”), which was designed to provide federal agencies with secure connections to the public internet and other networks, did not completely satisfy three required cybersecurity controls related to its General Services Administration (“GSA”) contracts from 2017 through 2021.

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