Agencies must rethink their security as both the logical and physical attack surfaces expand.
The Defense Department now prohibits personnel from using geolocation devices, applications or services in any area where military operations are being conducted.
Lt. Gen. Stephen Fogarty, ARCYBER's new leader, says the mission is really "information dominance operations."
By burning precious staff hours on tasks that can be automated, organizations are risking team burnout and "direct and measurable damage" to the mission.
The Department of Homeland Security will hold an event Aug. 16 in Arlington, Va., to engage with "large and small companies interested in cybersecurity contracting."
Energy Secretary Rick Perry announced big plans for expanding participation in DOE's Cybersecurity Risk Information Sharing Program.
Collectively, cyber threats and their possible consequences are a bigger threat than 9/11-style attacks, DHS Secretary Kirstjen Nielsen argued as she unveiled a new National Risk Management Center to combat them.
The social media giant has revealed what it believes to be a coordinated effort by unknown parties using its platform to influence the outcome of the 2018 elections.
Some attacks against the corporate world can have national security consequences, further validating the need for public-private partnerships.
A career Marine Corps officer and cybersecurity specialist, James Gfrerer most recently worked for Ernst & Young.
A new report says companies in the IT, defense, energy, biotechnology, environmental protection and manufacturing sectors have the most to fear from nation-state groups looking to conduct economic cyber espionage.
The Cyberspace Solarium Commission, mandated in the 2019 defense bill, will evaluate current national cyber policies and determine strategies on enforcing cyber norms and what attacks deserve a response.
Officials described an intricate effort to get into infrastructure provider networks by stealing credential from known third-party suppliers and a government agency.
Although Russian-backed groups have hacked hundreds of infrastructure providers, possible power grid outages stemming from those hacks aren't expected in the near future.
IRS officials charged with protecting and authenticating taxpayer data are getting better at their jobs – but so are fraudsters.
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