Cybersecurity

AP Photo/Manuel Balce CenetaFILE - In this Feb. 25, 2015 file photo, the Homeland Security Department headquarters in northwest Washington. President Joe Biden has selected two former senior National Security Agency officials for key cyber roles in his administration.  Chris Inglis, a former NSA deputy director, is being nominated as the government's first national cyber director. Jen Easterly, a former deputy for counterterrorism at the NSA, has been tapped to run the Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency at the Department of Homeland Security. (AP Photo/Manuel Balce Ceneta, File)

A lesser known but crucial office in the Homeland Security Department passes the 15-year mark

When you think of the Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency, what comes to mind?

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FITARA

FITARA 13 scorecard brings truce to data center consolidation debate

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Test automation as a force multiplier in government

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CISA adapts to address cybersecurity threats

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Why no one has gotten to the bottom of the Log4j cybersecurity hole

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cybersecurity maturity model certification

Let the dust settle on CMMC 2.0

For the past several months, there has been a frantic scrambling by all stakeholders involved in the Cybersecurity Maturity Model Certification program…

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Agencies need to work smarter, not harder to close cyber vulnerabilities

Michael Duffy, an associate director at the Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency in the Homeland Security Department, said meeting the recent…

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Achieving ‘the most trusted capability’ for cloud service providers: DoD Impact Level 5

Any cloud service provider that wants to do business with the federal government needs to get FedRAMP certified first. But companies that want to do business with the Defense Department have to go a step further.

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