Our election infrastructure is bending under the stress of multiple crises. Administrators say they are doing all they can to ensure it doesn't break.
Professional experience and credentials don't have the same importance in cybersecurity, where teenagers can hack governments and multi-billion-dollar corporations.
Negotiations between the House and Senate on a $740 billion defense authorization bill will determine which recommendations from the Cyberspace Solarium Commission make it into law.
New research from Eclypsium details a simple buffer overflow bug that could impact billions of devices using Linux and Windows operating systems.
Yesterday's buzzword has become today's security imperative, according to the department's CISO.
Gen. Nakasone's remarks come as a group of former senior officials seek funds to counter the "extraordinary challenges" posed by coronavirus pandemic and foreign interference to state and local election administrators.
A layered approach combining software, public-private partnerships and innovative pilot programs have saved billions of dollars from ending up in the hands of criminals and fraudsters, according to a new audit.
The directive orders civilian federal agencies to immediately begin patching a critical Remote Code Execution flaw in Windows DNS servers.
Cozy Bear is back, this time using spearphishing, public exploits and custom malware to break into organizations involved in developing a vaccine for the raging pandemic.
Much of the Cyberspace Solarium Commission's agenda is being pushed into this year's defense authorization process, including its crown jewel idea of a national cyber director.
The campaign has put out job notices for a cyber threat analyst and cloud security architect as it looks to beef up protections ahead of the 2020 elections.
The legislation would give $2.25 billion to DHS' cyber wing and set up an integrated cybersecurity center with other agencies, state and local governments and private industry.
A particularly dangerous vulnerability affecting BIG-IP networking devices likely impacts every major sector in the world, including federal agencies.
The controversial bill now heads to the Senate floor, setting up a high-stakes vote that could impact liability protections for encryption and third-party content posted online.
Data compiled from CISA's Intrusion Detection System highlights the three types of malware attacks most commonly targeted at civilian federal agencies.
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