During a live-hacking event in New York City earlier this month, 25 security researchers uncovered nearly 60 unknown vulnerabilities.
Kaspersky Lab announced Dec. 18 that it will challenge a DHS directive banning the use of their software in the federal government.
The technology best known for securing cryptocurrency is catching the attention of federal agencies -- if government can get past the hype and the misconceptions.
The Cyber Electromagnetic Activities pilot initiative focused on equipping tactical commanders and brigades with cyber and information operation techniques.
A newly discovered and potent form of malware targets industrial controllers to cause physical damage.
From cybersecurity to shared services to TICs, American Technology Council's final report recommends dozens of deliverables.
Sen. Ron Wyden (D-Ore.) asked White House National Security Advisor H.R. McMaster to name an election security czar, grade states on their election infrastructure and designate political campaigns as critical infrastructure.
The Department of Justice announced plea deals for three individuals for orchestrating the Mirai botnet attack, which leveraged over 300,000 internet of things devices to wreak havoc on internet infrastructure companies.
The bill would rename the National Protection and Programs Directorate and elevate the department's cyber and physical security missions.
President Trump indicates he's opposed to a congressional demand for a cybersecurity strategy in the 2018 defense bill.
Netcracker Technology Corp. signed an agreement to keep U.S. customer data in U.S. systems, settling a case that goes back to the Bush administration.
Internet of Things
Federal agencies are facing a policy gap when it comes to IoT cybersecurity, but basic due diligence is still the best approach, experts say.
Policymakers are keeping an open mind when it comes to improving the cybersecurity workforce.
U.S. Army Cyber Command is launching a pilot program to pluck developers, data scientists and engineers from the workforce to face off against U.S. adversaries.
The new Cyber Unit at the Securities and Exchange Commission stopped an ongoing cryptocurrency offering that has attracted approximately $15 million in investment since launching in August.