Department of Justice Maintains Its False Claims Act Enforcement Focus on Government Contractor Cybersecurity

On June 17, the Department of Justice (DOJ) announced settlements of alleged False Claims Act (FCA) violations associated with cybersecurity requirements in contracts to provide a secure environment for online applications for federal housing assistance. Guidehouse Inc. and Nan McKay and Associates paid $7.6 million and $3.7 million, respectively, to settle the civil claims initially brought by a whistleblower under the FCA’s qui tam provisions….
By: Robinson+Cole Data Privacy + Security Insider
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