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CISA, industry expanding effort to secure operational technology

Challenges still exist in securing critical infrastructure against cyber attacks.

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White House releases post-SolarWinds federal software security requirements

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CISA strategy calls for cultivating ‘high-performing workforce’

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GSA, CISA turning to AI tools, standards to help secure federal supply chains

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Foundational elements of CDM paying off for agencies

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Lisa Meincke of Arlington Heights prepares herself to receive her first COVID-19 vaccination administered by National Guard personal Erika O'Meara of Scott Air Force base at Triton College, Wednesday, Feb. 3, 2021, in River Grove, Ill. This was opening day for the mass vaccinations sponsored by the Cook County Department of Public Health. (Mark Welsh/Daily Herald via AP)

Pentagon loosens some of its COVID-19 restrictions

Also in today’s Federal Newscast, the Postal Service expects to raise mail prices in January 2023.

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How companies can protect themselves and the country in an era of cyberwarfare

Even cyberattacks that are launched by powerful governments often rely on the deception of public officials or employees, which means these attacks can…

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Everybody talks about innovation, but it starts with the right people

Every organization talks about innovating and hiring innovators, but how to you find such people? Sabra Horne, an entrepreneur-in-residence at BMNT and former CISA innovation hub chief joined the Federal Drive to give her view.

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