One lawmaker thinks it's time for a dedicated inspector general with the authority to do penetration testing of federal agency networks and systems.
The federal government has big plans for the Automated Indicator Sharing program, but agency officials and members of Congress continue to express frustration at the sluggish pace of enrollment.
Privacy advocates and security hawks in Congress are grappling over the future of surveillance.
How applying automation technology can speed agencies' modernization of outdated systems.
As agencies reimagine their networks, key security tools are showing the strain.
The NotPetya attack in June that briefly crippled shipping giant Maersk is a reminder that maritime cybersecurity vulnerability is a problem with global reach.
In a wide-ranging roundtable discussion, agency executives were unanimous on one point: Cloud strategies must be about more than ROI.
The EPA's internal watchdog praised the agency's information security program, but says improved management and training program are required to protect data.
Federal agencies are embracing agile development, but new ways of thinking are needed to make it work at government scale.
Rear Adm. Danelle Barrett wants U.S. cyber forces to be able fight through "Puerto Rico levels" of devastation.
It is too soon to tell how long it will take to fully purge the embattled vendor from federal systems, according to a DHS official.
A pair of Democratic lawmakers is backing new cybersecurity standards for connected devices, including a framework to identify and label products.