Government

A 26-post collection

Welcoming the Trinidad & Tobago Government to Have I Been Pwned

Today I'm very happy to welcome the first Caribbean government to Have I Been Pwned, Trinidad & Tobago. As of today, the Trinidad and Tobago Cyber Security Incident Response Team (TT-CSIRT) has full and free access to query their government domains and gain visibility into where they've impacted by data breaches. This brings the number of governments to be onboarded to HIBP to 17 and I look forward to welcoming more in the near future....

Welcoming the Swedish Government to Have I Been Pwned

Today I'm very happy to welcome the 16th government to Have I Been Pwned, Sweden. The Swedish National Computer Security Incident Response Team CERT-SE now has full and free access to query all government domains via HIBP's API and gain insights into the impact of data breaches on their government departments. Sweden is now the 4th Scandinavian country I've welcomed onto HIBP and I hope to see many more from other parts of the world join in the future....

Welcoming the Romanian Government to Have I Been Pwned

Today I'm very happy to announce the arrival of the 15th government to Have I Been Pwned, Romania. As of now, CERT-RO has access to query all Romanian government domains across HIBP and subscribe them for future notifications when subsequent data breaches affect aliases on those domains. Romania joins a steadily growing number of governments across the globe to have free and unrestricted access to API-based domain searches for their assets in HIBP. You can read more about government access in the initial post from 2018....

Welcoming the Luxemburg Government CERT to Have I Been Pwned

Continuing my efforts to make more breach data available to governments after data breaches impact their domains, I'm very happy to welcome Luxemburg aboard Have I Been Pwned. More specifically, the CERT of the Grand Duchy of Luxemburg (govcert.lu) now has free API level access to query their national government domains. This now brings the government count to 14 and I look forward to welcoming more national CERTs in the future....

Welcoming the Ukrainian Government to Have I Been Pwned

Another month, another national government to bring onto Have I Been Pwned. This time it's the Ukrainian National Cybersecurity Coordination Center who now has access to monitor all their government domains via API domain search, free of charge. Ukraine is now the 13th government to be onboarded to HIBP's service joining counterparts across Europe, North America and Australia....

Welcoming the Portuguese Government to Have I Been Pwned

I'm pleased to welcome the first new government onto Have I Been Pwned for 2021, Portugal. The Portuguese CSIRT, CERT.PT, now has full and free access to query their government domains across the entire scope of data in HIBP. This is now the 12th government onboarded to HIBP and I'm very happy to see the Portuguese join their counterparts in other corners of the world....

Welcoming the Canadian Government to Have I Been Pwned

Following in the footsteps of many other national governments before them, I'm very happy to welcome the Canadian Centre for Cyber Security to Have I Been Pwned. The Canadian Centre for Cyber Security now has full and free access to query all Canadian federal government domains across both past and future breaches. Canada's inclusion in the service brings the total to 11 federal governments across North America, Europe and Australia. I hope to include more parts of the world in the coming months....

Welcoming the Icelandic Government to Have I Been Pwned

Hot on the heels of onboarding the USA government to Have I Been Pwned last month, I'm very happy to welcome another national government - Iceland! As of today, Iceland's National Computer Security Incident Response Team (CERT-IS), now has access to the full gamut of their gov domains for both on-demand querying and ongoing monitoring. As with the USA and Iceland, I expect to continue onboarding additional governments over the course of 2020 and expanding their access to meaningful data about breaches that impact their departments....

Welcoming the USA Government to Have I Been Pwned

Over the last 2 years I've been gradually welcoming various governments from around the world onto Have I Been Pwned (HIBP) so that they can have full and unfettered access to the list of email addresses on their domains impacted by data breaches. Today, I'm very happy to announce the expansion of this initiative to include the USA government by way of their US Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA). CISA now has the ability to query US government domains via API and receive notifications when they're impacted in subsequent data breaches. Over the coming months I expect to continue expanding the scope of government support in HIBP. For now, it's a big welcome to the USA and I'm enormously...

Welcoming the Danish Government to Have I Been Pwned

In a continued bid to make breach data available to the government departments around the world tasked with protecting their citizens, I'm very happy to welcome the first country onto Have I Been Pwned for 2020 - Denmark! The Danish Centre for Cyber Security (CFCS) joins the existing 7 governments who have free and unbridled API access to query and monitor their gov domains. As the year progresses, I'll keep onboarding additional governments to help consolidate existing searches their departments have been independently running and provide greater visibility at a national level....