Jeanette Manfra

In this Tuesday, Oct. 8, 2019, photo a woman types on a keyboard in New York. Cybersecurity researchers say a coordinated cyberespionage campaign has targeted U.N. relief agencies, the International Red Cross and other non-governmental organizations groups for the past 10 months. The California cybersecurity outfit Lookout says the campaign, which uses phishing to harvest passwords from mobile phones and computers, is still active. (AP Photo/Jenny Kane)

CISA partners with OMB to stand up vulnerability disclosure policies at civilian agencies

CISA and OMB will require civilian agencies to develop vulnerability disclosure policies, allowing outside experts who have “seen something” that looks…

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CISA to kick off ‘year of vulnerability management’ with updated threat disclosure policy

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DHS resilience office trying to shrink ‘trust zones’ for greater network security

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Launch of DHS cyber agency ‘more of a groundbreaking than a ribbon-cutting’

The Department of Homeland Security finally secured a name change for its cybersecurity-focused branch, but more importantly, and its chief has laid out…

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DoD, DHS reach accord on new steps to cooperate in cyber defense

A newly-signed memorandum of understanding sets out new ways in which DHS and DoD will share resources to combat cyber threats.

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Interagency programs to protect financial sector from cyber attacks off to a good start

DoD and DHS say pilot programs that involve sharing information with the financial sector are producing good results.

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