Cybersecurity executive order

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.

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Congress wants to overhaul FISMA. Agencies are already measuring security differently

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UPDATED: White House zero trust strategy offers a chance to revamp digital authentication

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Despite ‘extraordinary’ federal response, Log4J will haunt agencies for months to come

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Zero trust, cloud security pushing CISA to rethink its approach to cyber services

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Agencies entering ‘execution’ phase of Biden’s cyber executive order

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Defense cybersecurity leaders say partnership, consistency needed to uphold executive order

Maj. Gen. Matthew Easley, director, cybersecurity and chief information security officer, and the Army’s chief information officer, said it is key cybersecurity…

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Agencies haven’t figured out how to budget for Biden’s cybersecurity EO

EO 14028 calls for changing contracting language to require greater data storage and logging as a way to improve the sharing of threat information between…

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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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