A significant number of agencies and domains may not meet an Oct. 16 deadline set by DHS, but cybersecurity firms are still praising the federal government's progress in combatting spoofing attacks.
As bipartisan voting security legislation stalls, a bill to require paper ballots and post-election audits is gathering Democratic support in the Senate.
Government leaders should examine how the private sector addresses massive vulnerabilities and inherent instability through collaboration.
Cybersecurity isn't the only threat facing the country, but an Oct. 10 Senate Homeland Security hearing hammered home the extent to which the digital revolution touches every problem in the national security space.
The Department of Defense is playing catch up when it comes to securing weapons systems from cyberattacks, according to a new report by the Government Accountability Office.
Now it's time for federal contractors to follow suit.
A new report from DHS surveys a new crop of threats facing the burgeoning field of precision agriculture.
The Marines Corps Cyber Command just completed a month-long bug bounty program, but there's much more work to do.
New indictments of Russian hackers reveals a global effort to sow disinformation, according to U.S. officials.
Internet-connected devices pose special risks for federal agencies, and the National Institute of Standards and Technology is developing guidance to meet the need.
An explosive story from Bloomberg Businessweek alleges that Chinese government agents planted tiny chips in servers widely used in government and industry – but so far firms are denying reports.
The long-sought promotion of the National Protection and Programs Directorate was approved by the Senate on Oct. 3.
Congress won't pass election security legislation before the midterms, but sponsors are working to get a vote on the floor before a new Congress is sworn in next year.
Andrew Saul, President Trump's pick to head the Social Security Administration, plans to make IT modernization, data sharing and cybersecurity top priorities.
DHS chief Kirstjen Nielsen said her agency, the intel community and states are taking steps to make sure they're working out of the same playbook for securing the November elections.
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