Cyber warfare isn't a new domain anymore, but it still takes time to prepare for it, top Air Force officials said.
A new survey finds cyberattacks against U.S. targets – both public and private sector – are increasing dramatically in frequency and cost.
As cybersecurity legislation languishes in Congress and the president mulls an executive order, critical infrastructure remains under-secured and disputes over leadership linger, according to a panel of experts.
DHS head defends the need for executive action on cybersecurity, but says it won't include some things that 'only legislation can do.'
The military is facing the risk of digital sabotage in counterfeit electronics components infiltrating defense systems.
Although Congress couldn't agree on cybersecurity legislation earlier this year, at least one member insists it's still possible.
Cybersecurity efforts are starting to pay off and agencies are working together better, says NSC's cybersecurity coordinator.
As an incident response analyst at Creative Computing Solutions, Ogden implemented a workflow process undergirding cybersecurity support.
With cybersecurity legislation so far going nowhere, the agency that oversees the power grid is taking action on its own.
First designated as high risk 11 years ago, human capital management is still on the front burner.
While agency leaders and federal policymakers talk about cybersecurity legislation and cyber threats, many federal employees believe the government is struggling to comply with its own standards, survey reveals.
Benjamin Black, an enterprise architect at DHS, lead an analysis of systems, data and policies to support budget decisions.