Software Defined Wide Area Network, or SD-WAN, is gaining a following but the technology is still fairly new, and therefore confusing to many. That is why the SD-WAN Academy, an online platform, wants to teach organizations about its capabilities.
Multiple sources confirm President Donald Trump plans to name Basil Parker as the new federal chief information officer and Camilo Sandoval as the new federal chief information security officer.
A presidential executive order has handed the Department of Homeland Security responsibility for cybersecurity of space assets.
Industry cyber experts say the unnamed agency failed to secure their networks with basic cyber hygiene steps and ended up becoming the latest victim of a sophisticated cyber attack.
A proposed interagency council would look around the world for companies and products to banish from the federal supply chain.
The Secret Service draws on its heritage of stopping currency counterfeiting to investigate cyber enabled financial crimes of all sorts.
Chi Kang, deputy director for Operations in NOAA’s Cyber Security Division, talked about how the agency made the pandemic shift to large-scale telework and how its modernizing legacy network systems.
This week on Federal Tech Talk, Nicholas Chaillan, The Air Force's Chief Software Officer, joins host John Gilroy to discuss Platform One and Cloud One, and why they are creative and innovative approaches to improving software for the service.
Democrats on the Senate Veterans Affairs Committee say roughly 17,000 community care providers were also potential victims of the VA data breach, which the department made public earlier this week. VA on Friday said just 13 of those providers were truly impacted by the breach, and six had payments diverted.
The intelligence community expects information warfare to be the next big disrupter as the cyber domain becomes more contested, and industry becomes part of the national security attack surface.
The Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency, the federal government’s cybersecurity threat advisor, and the FBI, its cyber enforcement agency, are improving lines of communication between government and industry and making it harder for hackers to do their jobs.
Ty Schieber, the chairman of the CMMC-AB, and Mark Berman, the chairman of the communications committee, are leaving the CMMC Advisory Board unexpectedly.
As technical director of DISA’s Infrastructure Directorate, Bryon Doyle said his job is to have an oversight of the organization’s architecture.
The IoT Cybersecurity Improvement Act would NIST to best practices for device security. The Office of Management and Budget would create guidance for agencies to meet or exceed those standards.