A new "Joint Cyber Defense Collaborative" launched by the agency includes major cloud providers, telecommunications giants, and cyber threat hunting companies.
Jason Healey is a senior research scholar at Columbia University's School for International and Public Affairs, and he spoke to Federal Drive with Tom Temin for more insight.
Ransomware and cyber ransom attacks are gaining attention as they continue to wreak havoc on critical infrastructure and important networks. The attacks are likely part of the new normal when it comes to living in an increasingly connected cyber world, but that doesn’t mean that businesses and government agencies are helpless.
In today's Federal Newscast: This summer's Post Office rate increases are expected to decrease business and make more money, and the U.S. Fleet Forces Command has a new leader.
CrowdStrike's Shawn Henry and Drew Bagley join host John Gilroy on this week's Federal Tech Talk to discuss "threat hunting" and what can happen if a federal agency is the target of a ransomware attack.
In today's Federal Newscast, the leaders of key agencies will meet today to discuss the government’s ransomware strategy.
The ongoing ransomware attacks have everybody spooked. Congress and the Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency are both contemplating ways to get industry to do something they've supposedly been doing for years.
In today's Federal Newscast, the Biden administration is being pressed for answers on its strategy to combat ransomware.
The State Department would add 500 new Foreign and Civil Service positions to its ranks, if it gets the outlined $58.5 billion budget.
Now that it's been on the street for more than a week, the Biden administration's proposed budget for Fiscal 2022 is about to have its hearings in Congress.
The latest ransomware attack on Colonial Pipeline has some panicked Americans hoarding gasoline in plastic bags, leaving many to wonder how vulnerable U.S. companies and government entities are.
Ransomware, hackers hijacking systems and demanding big money to release them has become more than a threat for state and local governments, as well as school districts.
Federal agencies are struggling under a deluge of geospatial data, and the ability to conflate it quickly has become a crucial missing requirement.
The Department of Homeland Security is building momentum on its plans to get ahead of an escalating ransomware threat, and getting started on 60-day sprint focused on ramping up its cyber workforce to get ahead of these threats.