In today's Federal Newscast, the Energy Department and the Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency are leading a new 100-day effort to improve the cybersecurity of the electric infrastructure.
Some federal employees are receiving COVID-19 vaccines through their agencies, but for others, they must wait until their state and local governments make doses available.
In today's Federal Newscast, the departments of Commerce, Defense, Transportation and Homeland Security are on the clock to figure out how best to secure the systems that support global positioning satellites and related critical infrastructure.
In today's Federal Newscast, the National Security Agency is bringing together its foreign intelligence and cyber defense missions into a new directorate.
Texas Rep. Michael McCaul's bill would create groups of cyber first responders in the event of a cyber attack on the government or private sector.
Robert Kolasky, director of the National Risk Management Center, joined Federal Drive with Tom Temin to talk about what they are and how to deal with them.
The Department of Homeland Security finally secured a name change for its cybersecurity-focused branch, but more importantly, and its chief has laid out a two-year roadmap to bring it up to "full operating capability."
Chris Krebs of the National Protection and Programs Directorate described the National Risk Management Center as one half of a two-pronged approach to cybersecurity.
DHS' National Risk Management Center is weighing some heavy questions as it begins to examine how adversaries could disrupt day-to-day life in the U.S.
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.
Gigi Schumm welcomes Jeanette Manfra from the Office of Cybersecurity and Communications within DHS on this episode of Women of Washington.
Federal government doesn't operate local elections, but it can help locals avoid fraud and tampering.
More than 1,000 people from federal and state agencies, in addition to partners from private critical infrastructure sectors, are convening in person and in cyberspace for the exercise.
The Naval War College recently conducted a Navy-Private Sector Critical Infrastructure Wargame to test U.S. defenses against a major cyber attack.