The Department of Justice said some of the domains represented themselves as U.S. government agencies or public health organizations.
The Marine Corps is willing to swap out tanks and cannons for a better, more agile, cloud based network available in the most remote environments.
Downplaying security concerns, Rep. Steny Hoyer said conducting House business through video teleconference software was his "clear preference" to ensure continuity of Congress during the COVID-19 crisis.
For decades, PIV and CAC cards have been the primary tools for agencies and contractors to verify the identity of employees and contractors. The COVID-19 outbreak could change that.
The first audits for the Defense Department's unified cybersecurity standard for vendors may be delayed up to a month.
The request for new funding comes as state and local governments face an spike in ransomware attacks.
As IRS and the Small Business Administration tap digital-only financial firms to assist in relief funding, concerns are emerging about cybersecurity vulnerabilities and fraud.
The Navy CIO updated the workforce on telework practices, COVID-19 disclosures and what the change in service leadership means for the tech mission.
The top tech official at Immigration and Customs Enforcement is instructing employees to avoid installing Zoom for video conferencing and use instead Skype, MS Teams and WebEx.
While the Speaker of the House said there are constitutional and security concerns with letting members vote virtually, she has moved to loosen other rules around in-person legislating.
The coronavirus pandemic illustrates how far the federal government and states has to go to support an agile, 21st century public sector workforce.
New guidance allows teleworking feds to connect and access agency and cloud resources from their homes while staying in compliance with the Trusted Internet Connection program.
The guidance will expire at the end of the year and will address capabilities such as email, networking, DNS, intrusion detection and data protection.
As remote collaboration become the default, federal agencies are advising employees and users that video teleconferencing software, phone meetings and other tools are at increased risk.
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Buying into a common framework advances objectives that go beyond a single organization and enables an entire system to operate in a more unified way. For governments, this translates to better service for constituents.
To allow federal agencies to realize 5G's full potential the government must address concerns about 5G and cyber risks.
Many vendors lack transparency into their own supply chains. So how can vendors – as well as their government customers — be assured that their sub-tier suppliers do not pose threats or vulnerabilities?
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