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Significant Cyber Attacks on Federal Systems -- 2004-present

By Paul Rosenzweig
Monday, May 7, 2012, 5:38 PM

I received the list below (of "Significant Cyber Attacks" on Federal systems since 2004) from sources on Capitol Hill last week.  After reading through it and checking the data, it seemed worth making the list part of the public record.  The list is alphabetical by agency/department and continues after the jump:

Central Intelligence Agency:


Department of Agriculture:

Department of Commerce:

Department of Defense:

Department of Education:

Department of Energy:

DOE/National Laboratories:

Department of Homeland Security:

Department of Interior:

Department of Justice:

DOJ/Federal Bureau of Investigation:

Department of State:

Department of Transportation:

DOT/Federal Aviation Administration:

  • FAA – May 2009 – A report released by the Department of Transportation acknowledged that the FAA administrative networks that manage air-traffic flow and electric power were subject to cyber attacks that gained access to information used to control the network.

Department of Treasury:

Department of Veterans Affairs:

Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation:

Federal Trade Commission:

National Aeronautics and Space Administration:

National Archives:

Office of Personnel Management:

Social Security Administration:

U.S. Copyright:

Unknown agencies: