DHS officials say four federal agencies are now using an upgraded Continuous Diagnostics and Mitigation dashboard and they plan to continue implementing the platform elsewhere throughout the fiscal year.
Katie Arrington, DOD's CISO for acquisition, said having enough assessors to do in-person audits of defense contractors is her biggest concern.
Two democratic lawmakers introduced legislation to increase oversight on waivers for cybersecurity measures at civilian agencies across the federal government.
The legislation mandates minimum security requirements on internet of things devices bought by the federal government.
Chris Krebs is out as the government's top cybersecurity official following a tumultuous election and his agency's campaign to debunk election misinformation.
Rep. Lauren Underwood (D-Ill.) says House lawmakers will continue to push to enshrine in law 5-year terms for CISA directors, despite resistance in the Senate.
How 2020 became the Defense Department's best test case for digital modernization.
The General Services Administration still needs to do a better job tracking and recovering access cards from its contractors, according to a report for the agency's watchdog.
Cyber threats to election systems remain a concern for the Department of Homeland Security well into December throughout the vote counting process.
Polaris, the General Services Administration's developing Alliant 2 small business contract replacement, will have CMMC clauses.
The Defense Department wants to convert its key telework tool, the Commercial Virtual Remote (CVR) environment, to a permanent capability by next summer.
Retooling legacy cyber processes, such as the risk management framework, is a top priority for Lt. Gen. John Morrison, the Army's new Deputy Chief of Staff, G-6.
It's time to start talking about the next steps we need to take to ensure that our IT infrastructure and tools can continue to support the remote workers, while providing state-of-the-art, timely customer service
The General Services Administration will add more supply chain and cybersecurity protection language, including DOD's CMMC requirements for vendors, to its new contracts as risks grow, according to one of the agency's top acquisition managers.
The National Security Agency released details on 25 existing vulnerabilities that Chinese state-sponsored threat groups are using to try to penetrate defense industrial base networks.