The agency's Active Authentication program would use behaviorial traits rather than passwords.
When we give up ownership of information and resources in favor of anywhere, any-device access, we risk trading down on security in the process.
As many agencies migrate services to public cloud environments, the Energy Department is holding back.
Ten years after it first passed, FISMA continues to frustrate agencies trying to comply with its requirements.
A fake profile for NATO's senior commander lured other officers into accepting a friend request, compromising personal information in the process.
New guidelines are part of an effort to improve consistency in handling classified information.
A collective defense used in the Atlantic during World War II holds lessons for an enterprise approach to cyber.
The telecom industry’s insistence that all regulation is bad for security does a disservice to those who rely on critical infrastructure.
DOD is expanding the use of the host-based security system to include training and enterprise technologies.
Although it's unlikely to pass, the president's budget request shapes the technology agenda.
The Energy Department has not fully met the requirements for physical and access control credentials, according to a new report from the OIG.
The Homeland Security Department is considering adopting new privacy guidance for Internet-based research that allows investigators to break the law, according to the Electronic Privacy Information Center.