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Steven Hernandez, Education’s chief information security officer, said interagency data-sharing initiatives to strengthen authentication for zero trust could also lay the groundwork for shared services around identity and authentication for zero trust.
By specifically ordering agencies to re-prioritize budgets, officially moving risk to the agency CIO, and offering up alternative funding like the TMF and CDM programs, OMB and the administration is signaling that cybersecurity is no longer subservient to mission priorities.
For businesses and organizations, achieving true zero trust architecture means looking toward identity-based solutions that are flexible and can support the work-from-anywhere environment.
Maj. Gen. Matthew Easley, director, cybersecurity and chief information security officer, and the Army’s chief information officer, said it is key cybersecurity professionals use five functions.
Federal agencies, seeking both compliance with a White House executive order and better cybersecurity in reality, are rapidly adopting the zero trust model for controlling access to their networks. They’re learning that zero trust, like…
The Defense Information Systems Agency annual forecast to industry day highlighted several upcoming contract opportunities, but more importantly laid out the path the agency is heading for the next year.
DISA has a new set of strategic priorities, but may need to move some money around with flat defense budgets looming on the horizon.
In today's Federal Newscast, we get a look at just how many COVID-19 vaccine exemptions the military is allowing.
At GAO's Innovation Lab, which is designed to be a practioner of new computational capacity, identity verification is a major issue.
At the Education Department, Chief Information Security Officer Steven Hernandez said people’s concept of identity will need to evolve.
Identity and access management, along with zero trust architecture and supply chain risk management, are key foundational points of the president’s cybersecurity executive order issued in May.
SBOM. It sounds like a play on a word you can't say, but it stands for software bill of materials. And that big executive order on cybersecurity from last May urged federal agencies to understand and use SBOMs as part of their risk management efforts.
The Defense Department is outlining the tools and capabilities it will need to stand up its zero-trust program office later this fall, and improve its overall cybersecurity posture.
In today's Federal Newscast, the Defense Department is seeing troubling new figures in military suicide rates.