In this exclusive ebook, we share pointers on establishing DevSecOps from the Army, GSA, NGA, the National Museum of African American History and Culture, OMB, VA and industry experts from Atlassian, Datadog, Invicti Security, Red Hat and Second Front Systems.
This heightened focus on supply chain risks, nation-state actors and organized cybercrime is not going away.
The Defense Information Systems Agency is evaluating operational assessment, operational tests and the user’s experience as part of whether it should move its zero trust pilot into production.
The National Finance Center just implemented a multifactor authentication system for agencies to access employee payroll data, and more cybersecurity updates are still ahead.
As federal agencies work to meet the milestones laid out in memorandum 22-09 in support of President Joe Biden’s Executive Order on Improving the Nation’s Cybersecurity, implementing a strong identity and access management solution is a practical first step with a large impact in improving an organization's security.
The Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency’s continuous diagnostics and mitigation (CDM) program is planning to expand the capabilities of the agency and federal dashboards in 2023.
Discussions on cybersecurity mostly revolve around protecting digital infrastructure and various software systems. Physical infrastructure and its security is often overlooked. But the physical security of buildings that host the digital infrastructure and people are equally important.
The Army says SBOMs are "going to happen" and is now asking for feedback on how to use them as part of the acquisition process.
Jason Workmaster, a member at Miller & Chevalier, joins host Roger Waldron on this week's Off the Shelf for a discussion of then current legal and policy issues in government contracting.
The Defense Department's Cyber Crime Center, known as DC3, has a new executive director, Jude Sunderbruch. He joined the Federal Drive with what's new at the DC3 and what he plans for this crucial office.
Although there’s some disagreement over when agencies will actually start benefitting from them, many agencies are currently laying the foundation to start using SBOMs.
Energy Department CIO Ann Dunkin puts cyber defense at the center of her efforts.
With an AI-based, GPU-driven solution, organizations and governments will be able to collaborate while being armed with a proactive approach to defend from future attacks and protect America’s most sensitive data.
The goals are voluntary, but the Biden administration is separately pressing certain critical infrastructure sectors to adopt minimum cyber standards.