The Department of Homeland Security and Food and Drug Administration have teamed up to implement a new framework for greater coordination and cooperation when spotting medical device cyber vulnerabilities.
Every federal agency has critical systems, and they should take to the time to investigate options for protecting agency assets from IoT threats.
The first round of public comments recently closed on NIST’s draft IR 8228 “Considerations for Managing Internet of Things (IoT) Cybersecurity and Privacy Risks.” Learn more as part of Federal Monthly Insights — Security Month.
U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services has had the notion to go digital for many years, but at a certain point the agency moved away from building one giant system first and opted to integrate its existing systems in smaller pieces.
One of the original goals of digital transformation is to fully eradicate paper processes. The U.S. Digital Service is helping push agencies further toward meeting that goal.
Jonathan Feibus from the Nuclear Regulatory Commission explained how his agency is modernizing its web applications to move to the cloud, and what steps other offices should consider before they do the same.
GDIT’s Janek Claus, DevOps capability lead and Jay Olsen, director of application services discuss how the correct methodology can complete tasks quickly and with appropriate compliance.
A sloppy cyber risk assessment can lead to misallocation of resources, false positives and an unrealistic sense of security at federal agencies, says Larry Clinton of the Internet Security Alliance.
Arlette Hart, senior cybersecurity technologist at Leidos, joined Federal News Network to discuss the state of cybersecurity today and the need to recruit and retain top talent.
October is the 14th annual National Cybersecurity Awareness Month at DHS and this year, strengthening the workforce is top of mind.
INSA praises new plans of action from DoD and the White House that could help send a clear message to potential attackers that cyberthreats will be deterred in real-time.
The Joint Tactical Networking Center is using open systems to create the next generation of tactical radio systems and be interoperable across the military services.
John Snoderly, learning director of engineering at the Defense Acquisition University in Fort Belvoir, Virginia, explained why open systems are critical to weapons system interoperability.
When trying to make legacy software compatible with other systems, the technology needs to evolve to meet the current need, said Nick Guertin of the Carnegie Mellon University Software Engineering Institute.