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The president's budget director wants agencies to do a better job making the Continuous Diagnostics and Mitigation program work.
The Department of Defense and the Digital Defense Services have awarded another set of contracts under its $34 million bug bounty program to cover sensitive hardware and physical assets.
As a well-engineered blueprint, NIST's privacy framework will provide voluntary guidelines for managing privacy risk, furthering protections and delivering practical tools that still allow for continued U.S. innovation.
Rob Joyce, former White House cyber coordinator, said the Trump administration's new cyber warfare policy is more "thoughtful" than some might think.
The Navy announced it has elevated the electromagnetic spectrum to a battlespace domain, joining cyber, land, sea, air and space.
The inspector general at the General Services Administration said that the agency didn't adequately implement corrective actions in the wake of a 2015 data breach.
The Department of Homeland Security sees its role in supply chain security as providing risk management advice, not a buying guide.
The hacker toolkit that crippled the electrical grid in the Ukraine in 2015 has a virulent successor that is busy stalking critical infrastructure industrial control systems, according to new research.
Congress is running out of time to move on an internet-of-things security bill offered by Sen. Mark Warner, but the Virginia Democrat is hopeful agencies can pitch in with their own rules.
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.
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