2021 Sammies finalist developed testing for emergency response robots

For his work at developing advanced robotics testing, Adam Jacoff is a finalist in this year’s Service to America Medals program.

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A threat-based methodology is FedRAMP’s next step toward simplicity with rigor

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NIST partners with an industry that’s become fresh prey for cyber hackers

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Commerce Department builds out supply chain resilience in 2022 budget

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Former NIST director is busy promoting research funded by both government and industry

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CMMC: ‘Changing culture one company at a time’

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Can the SolarWinds incident spur more action, less talk about supply chain security?

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Usernames & passwords: Will they soon be obsolete?

Sean Frazier, federal CSO at Okta, discusses identity management, lifecycle management, and some of the challenges of identification for Robotic Process…

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NIST updating guidance on facial recognition algorithms

The pandemic has inspired new uses for facial recognition software, but may require tweaking of algorithms.

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FILE - This Tuesday, Aug. 4, 2009, file photo shows the United States Chamber of Commerce building in Washington. Elite cyber spies have spent months secretly exploiting SolarWinds software to peer into computer networks, putting many of the company's highest-profile customers in national governments, including the U.S. Treasury and Commerce departments, and Fortune 500 companies on high alert. (AP Photo/Manuel Balce Ceneta, File)

Can the government pull its cybersecurity trousers back up?

Suing everyone in sight might tempt, but it won’t improve cybersecurity.

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