Cybersecurity executive order

A waiter checks clients' health passes at a restaurant in Ascain, southwestern France, Wednesday, Aug. 11, 2021. People in France are now required to show a QR code proving they have a special virus pass to enjoy restaurants and cafes or travel across the country. (AP Photo/Bob Edme)

Agencies get new guidance for securing mobile devices on international travel

Officials are confronting a growing list of mobile-specific cybersecurity challenges with travel opening up and many employees working remotely.

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NIST seeks feedback on potential ‘moonshot’ of supply chain security project

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6 ways SASE helps agencies comply with the President’s Cyber EO

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Federal cyber agencies call zero trust ‘new normal’ of security, partnering to implement

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Biden cybersecurity leaders back incident reporting legislation as ‘absolutely critical’

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CISA tells agencies they don’t have to go it alone on zero trust

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Focus on EO Section 4: Enhancing software supply chain security

Section 4 in the cybersecurity executive order (EO) is, in many ways, the most prescriptive of the entire EO, tackling head-on how to get vendors to improve…

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With new CIO in place, OPM turning to familiar IT modernization playbook

From moving to the cloud to reskilling the IT workforce, the Office of Personnel Management’s new chief information officer said he’s drawing on a tried…

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President Joe Biden signs the cybersecurity executive order on May 12.

Another cyber executive order deadline looming for agencies

The Office of Management and Budget issued a new memo outlining four maturity levels for cyber event logging.

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