A new report from the president’s National Infrastructure Advisory Council has urged CISA and its government partners to consolidate its multiple information-sharing and supply chain risk management endeavors.
California begins country’s strictest data privacy law Jan. 1. Host John Thomas Flynn talks what started it, who’s affected and will citizens see a “data dividend” in their future?
If confirmed, Jovita Carranza said she would focus on SBA’s commitment to providing cybersecurity resources to the country’s 30 million small businesses.
The House Oversight and Reform Committee released the ninth version of the Federal IT Acquisition Reform Act (FITARA) scorecard with 20 of 24 agencies improving or maintaining their scores.
If a chain is only as strong as the weakest link, then small business in the federal or industrial supply chain needs to be forged a little tougher.
The Homeland Security Department’s Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency will host the finals of the President’s Cup Cybersecurity Competition Dec. 10-12 in Arlington, Virginia.
Roger Greenwell, the chief information officer, the authoring official and risk management executive at DISA, said the agency is focused on understanding where the cyber threats are, how does it take that information and make sure they are addressing those key protection priorities.
Like in “The Blob,” the cybersecurity problem seems to keep growing and harder to see around.
In today’s Federal Newscast, the Thrift Savings Plan will require tougher online security measures for its participants by the end of the year.
Texas and Nebraska’s state CIOs spoke to Ask the CIO: SLED Edition about local government ransomware attacks, trusted vendor advisers and more.
The commercialization of space and the launches of clouds of small, capable satellites have revolutionized geospatial intelligence.
In today’s Federal Newscast, a new audit by the inspector general found the Office of Personnel Management’s financial management systems lack some basic cybersecurity protections.
New cybersecurity holes in medical devices have the attention of two agencies: The Food and Drug Administration and the Department of Homeland Security.
CISA and OMB will require civilian agencies to develop vulnerability disclosure policies, allowing outside experts who have “seen something” that looks like a cyber weakness to “say something” to those who can fix it.