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Federal cybersecurity strategy faces a crucial test. Will it pass?

More often than not, legacy contracts and programs with existing providers and solutions are routinely extended. That may save time, but it also prevents…

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After Log4j and SolarWinds, CISA tells agencies to routinely scan networks for devices, potential bugs

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Leaders cite progress under cyber EO, but lawmakers press for more amid persistent threats

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CISA highlights new reporting hotline amid warnings about potential Russian cyber attacks

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Agencies need to work smarter, not harder to close cyber vulnerabilities

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CISA updates marching orders for agencies on critical ‘Log4j’ vulnerability

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Agencies get Christmas Eve deadline to address ‘extremely concerning’ vulnerability

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‘Groundbreaking’ CISA directive to overhaul cyber vulnerability management process

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DHS tells agencies to move faster to fix critical cyber vulnerabilities

The Department of Homeland Security issued a new binding operational directive replacing a 2015 mandate and accelerating the time for agencies to mitigate…

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DHS sees ‘significant progress’ in DMARC adoption 1 year after directive

Current analysis shows about 60 percent of federal agencies are compliant with BOD 18-01 DMARC requirements one year after the directive was issued.

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FILE - This Monday, Jan. 30, 2017, file photo shows a sign above the headquarters of Kaspersky Lab in Moscow. Britain's cybersecurity agency has told government departments not to use antivirus software from Moscow-based firm Kaspersky Lab, it was reported Saturday, Dec. 2, 2017. (AP Photo/Pavel Golovkin, File)

Court upholds governmentwide ban of Kaspersky Lab

The District of Columbia District Court ruled the Russian-based company’s arguments on both lawsuits didn’t hold up.

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