The U.S. Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO) recently expanded a contract to improve the cybersecurity of its main databases, as well as move the agency to that all-important zero-trust architecture.
John Zangardi, the CEO of Redhorse Corp. and former CIO at DHS and the Navy, explains why knowing what’s on your network is foundational to achieving a zero trust architecture.
Hansang Bae, Public Sector chief technologist for Zscaler, joins host Mark Amtower on this week's Amtower Off Center to discuss zero trust, and why its adoption has been so slow.
There’s no denying identity access and management are critical to controlling federal assets, but we talk with VMware’s Don Bailey and Ingram Micro’s Tony Celeste about the importance of agencies adopting an enterprise security posture.
The Air Force has several pilot programs to bring its financial management system up to zero trust standards.
The CIO council convened a symposium to tackle "fraud prevention and detection" after potentially tens of billions in pandemic relief funds were stolen by fraudsters.
With Thunderdome, DISA moves to expand zero trust to more users and add a follow-on contract for applications.
A panel of federal and industry experts describe each of their approaches to achieving a zero trust architecture to improve the security of systems and data.
The past two years have catalyzed a fundamental shift in the way that government organizations need to think about security. COVID-19 introduced the need to securely enable remote work, an ongoing ransomware epidemic shows no signs of slowing down, and the Russian-Ukrainian conflict has stoked concerns of nation state attacks.
But a new national cyber strategy is just the tip of the iceberg for what to expect from federal cybersecurity policy in 2023.
The federal government is in the middle of a once-in-a-generation overhaul of network protection, propelled by presidential executive orders mandating a switch from perimeter-based security to zero trust architecture. Agencies must include application security (AppSec)…
To nobody’s surprise, 2022 was another action-packed year for federal chief information security officers and cybersecurity teams across government.
The Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency is line for another budget boost, while lawmakers are also reauthorizing CISA’s marquee cyber defense program for another year.
The award is expected to help kickstart a long-anticipated modernization effort for the Joint Worldwide Intelligence Communications System.