The Defense Innovation Unit whittled its search for new or innovative cyber technologies from 20 options to six, testing two bleeding edge cyber tools to improve the security at the endpoints.
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In today's Federal Newscast, the federal government could have multifactor authentication and encryption technologies fully deployed across its networks within six months.
Ransomware and cyber ransom attacks are gaining attention as they continue to wreak havoc on critical infrastructure and important networks. The attacks are likely part of the new normal when it comes to living in an increasingly connected cyber world, but that doesn’t mean that businesses and government agencies are helpless.
Presidio Federal General Manager Clara Conti, and Chief Technology Officer Craig Heartwell, join host John Gilroy on this week's Federal Tech Talk to explain how their company can assist the federal government in its modernization challenges.
DoD wants to use 3D printing to solve frontline and logistical challenges alike, but is the department up to the task of securing the digital systems?
The director of NSA's Office of Research and Technology Applications is the new chairwoman of the Federal Laboratory Consortium.
The COVID-19 pandemic changed almost every facet of life and cybersecurity was no different. As employees were forced to work from home, companies and government agencies had to expand their IT infrastructure to accommodate.
The cyber agency is rolling out shared tools for agencies to secure their employees' mobile devices, applications and web browsing.
CrowdStrike's Shawn Henry and Drew Bagley join host John Gilroy on this week's Federal Tech Talk to discuss "threat hunting" and what can happen if a federal agency is the target of a ransomware attack.
A study commissioned by TransUnion points up the need for agencies to up their game regarding cybersecurity and authentication.
This highlights how the idea of a “good hacker” program began in the federal community and soon expanded once agencies started seeing the value and benefits.
The United States Federal government is massive and doesn't typically make big changes with great speed, except in extreme situations. The fact that President Biden issued an Executive Order (EO) with specific timelines related to modernizing cybersecurity is an indication of just how critical changing and evolving the Federal Government's security posture has become.
In today's Federal Newscast, the leaders of key agencies will meet today to discuss the government’s ransomware strategy.