Brandon Wales, the acting director of CISA, told Senate Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs members about the agency’s four priorities to improve federal networks.
Ulf Ewaldsson, senior vice president and chief network officer at T-Mobile US, explained how 5G can help federal agencies accomplish their goals.
Airline safety has increased nearly 100% in the last couple of decades. But the challenge is not over. There’s still a big gap in average safety among nations.
Ransomware, hackers hijacking systems and demanding big money to release them has become more than a threat for state and local governments, as well as school districts.
In today's Federal Newscast, the Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency wants to make sure agencies don't let down their guard on Russian cyber threats.
The Cybersecurity Model Maturity Certification program has many moving parts, all aimed at making sure contractors can be trusted with controlled, unclassified information.
The Software Engineering Institute, operated by Carnegie Mellon University as a federally funded research and development center, has a new name at its CERT Division.
Even for the government, the Defense Department's Cybersecurity Maturity Model Certification program is a complicated apparatus.
In today's Federal Newscast, the largest federal employee union has some ideas of how to address the Defense Department's skill gaps.
The Federal Risk Authorization Management Program (FedRAMP) saw a huge increase in reuse of cloud security packages in fiscal 2020 and the program management office is taking steps to make it easier in 2021 and beyond.
In today's Federal Newscast, the Defense Department has expanded its program of using external hackers to probe systems for cybersecurity vulnerability.
The Department of Homeland Security is building momentum on its plans to get ahead of an escalating ransomware threat, and getting started on 60-day sprint focused on ramping up its cyber workforce to get ahead of these threats.
Alex Rice, the co-founder and chief technology officer at HackerOne, said over the last five years, DoD has identified more than 10,000 vulnerabilities through bug bounty and other similar programs.
Solving cybersecurity issues will take time and requires new levels of cooperation between the public and private sectors to defend against threats and work towards a solution.