Cybersecurity executive order

General Services Administration (GSA)

GSA security chief sees concerted focus on ‘applications and workloads’ in coming year

GSA plans to centralize its application security program amid a broader push to ensure the government only relies on secure software.

Read more

Securing a multi-cloud environment is one of DoD’s top challenges. Here’s how they can succeed

Read more
Amelia Brust/Federal News Networkcybersecurity, intelligence, network, computers, technology

Biden cyber strategy ‘fundamentally re-imagines’ responsibility for security risks

Read more
Amelia Brust/Federal News NetworkFederal Acquisition, GSA

Army diving ‘headfirst’ into SBOMs to secure software supply chain

Read more
Federal News Radio pinwheel icon

DoD to release, start implementing new zero trust strategy by Oct. 1

Read more
Getty Images/iStockphoto/maxkabakov

Cyber Safety Review Board’s first report gives CISA thumbs up for Log4j response

Read more
Amelia Brust/Federal News Networkcybersecurity

Cross-agency working group reviewing gaps in federal cybersecurity capabilities

The General Services Administration wants to ensure government-wide contracts have cybersecurity requirements baked in from the start.

Read more

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

Lawmakers are skeptical about progress on multifactor authentication, endpoint detection and other capabilities mandated by the cybersecurity executive order.

Read more
white house cybersecurity data tech

White House ‘driving fast’ to issue software security guidance for agencies

Nearly a year after President Joe Biden signed off on an expansive cybersecurity executive order, officials are grappling with the difficult task of taking secure software standards and applying them to the vast array of software agencies buy.

Read more