Learn how to overcome the major pain points of federal IT modernization and march toward cloud, mobility and zero-trust security powered by trusted access solutions.
The panel would be charged with identifying federal regulations and challenges that may inhibit the development or deployment of IoT and examine how federal agencies could benefit from greater reliance on connected devices.
Defense contractors should be getting ready for the Defense Department's impending cybersecurity standard expected to be released this month.
In a congressional hearing, executives from the three major voting machine manufacturers said they were open to new reporting and regulatory requirements.
Ty Schieber will head the accrediting body for DOD's upcoming cybersecurity certification program.
Leveling up CISA and CyberCom and streamlining Congressional jurisdiction will be among the recommendations issued in an upcoming report from the Cyberspace Solarium Commission.
U.S. officials and cybersecurity experts are concerned that Iranian reprisals for the killing of Soleimani could take the form of attacks on U.S. networks or critical infrastructure.
Iran has threatened to respond to the targeted killing of senior general Qassem Soleimani, and analysts say the goal will be to punish the U.S. by targeting its IT and critical infrastructure while avoiding traditional military conflict.
An updated assessment from the Department of Homeland Security finds that a shared services platform designed to help smaller agencies use the Continuous Diagnostics and Mitigation program brings with it new but manageable privacy risks.
In an RFI, the government pings industry for feedback on how to set up a primary point of entry for security researchers to warn agencies about bugs in their internet-accessible systems.
The Defense Department is on the brink of major acquisition changes to help encourage faster tech adoption.
The Defense Department is combining electromagnetic spectrum and electronic warfare into a single strategy for 2020.
Some notable names in the security research community have already weighed in on a draft order directing federal agencies to set up their own vulnerability disclosure programs.
Responding to press accounts, a group of lawmakers want to know if the Department of Housing and Urban Development is supporting the use of biometric surveillance in public housing properties.
The funding deal ditches stronger mandates from the House version in favor of broader language that gives states wide latitude on how to spend the funds.
Several members of CISA leadership expressed agreement with the goals laid out in the report to secure critical infrastructure, but they stopped short of endorsing plans for new government bodies.
Sign up for our newsletter.
Martha Dorris offers 10 predictions for how agencies will improve CX this year.
A Commission on Privacy and Data should be created to develop legislation, taking the EU's General Data Protection Regulation and the California Consumer Privacy Act as a starting point to extend protections to individuals regarding data and privacy.
This will be the year when IT governance practices drive a new wave of mission benefits, rather than just better control over IT infrastructure spending.
More Opinion that Matters