BlackBerry Q10

BlackBerry Q10 features a real keyboard, smart ID card support

The company's new phone harkens to the days of old with a physical keyboard, while adding new functionality and security features with Version 10.1 of the OS.

Tablet, smartphone, ebook reader and laptop sitting on a blueprint

OMB delivers advice to help agencies get going on mobile

The Mobile Security Reference Architecture is one more guide for agencies wrestling with how so securely bring smart phones and tablets into their networks.

Cyber vulnerability hole in link fence

Possible breach of DHS employee data has an unusual twist

Most vulnerabilities are discovered by third parties, but the fact that the department was alerted by a “law enforcement partner” raises the question of whether a breach occurred.

risk management tightrope shoes

ACL moves risk management to the cloud

The company’s governance, risk management and compliance package provides enterprisewide analysis in a SaaS model.

Serviceman watches computer screens at US Cyber Command

30 years of risky business: A cybersecurity timeline

The federal government has been defending the nation's online resources since the early days of the Internet. Here's a look at some of the key milestones.

Clouds in shape of Earth

5 years down the road: The cloud of clouds

Interoperability standards will create a world of interconnected clouds fraught with opportunities and security risks, experts say.

Concept of global internet

Cybersecurity's best bet: An Internet that learns to defend itself

During the first 40 years of the Internet, security has been about patching mistakes; the future will be about creating an environment that is secure by design and protected by big data.

Kingston DataTraveler 4000 drive

Secure key drive polices itself to protect the enterprise

Kingston's DataTraveler 4000 drive, with ESET's ClevX DriveSecurity, keeps data and networks safe without significantly slowing down transfer times.

Exploded dye pack in stolen bank money

Attacking the attackers: Can active cyber defense stay within the rules?

The growth in cyberattacks and the theft of intellectual property has prompted calls for more aggressive cyber defense. The Pentagon and an independent commission are taking up the cause.

Citrix Receiver with BAI CAC reader

Citrix Receiver now supports Android smart-card authentication

The software supports CAC and PIV card authentication, and meets NSA and DISA requirements for secure Bluetooth communication.

Line of office workers with individual clouds

New risk on the block: Bring your own cloud

What agencies can do to manage the risks of using consumer cloud accounts such as iCloud, Evernote and Dropbox to store and access business data.

Benefits applicant answering questions on a laptop

Software quizzes applicants before doling out benefits

Florida's Department of Children and Families is using LexisNexis Risk Solutions, which creates a profile based on customer-supplied information, to authenticate people applying for public assistance.

Topic Resources

  • Advanced Threats and Big Data: The New Cybersecurity Landscape

    So often in our organizations, information silos keep us from sharing data and communicating the right information at the right time to stop advanced threats. Hear why a big data solution is an important part of a defense against advanced threats and ideas about what data sources are required across the organization for this analysis to combat these attacks.

  • The STAND: Cybersecurity

    Advanced persistent threats. Zero-day attacks. Insider threats. Cybersecurity experts say that if IT leaders are not concerned about the ongoing evolution of the cyber landscape, it just means they are not paying enough attention. The problem is that these and other emerging cyber tactics are designed to evade traditional cyber defenses and escape detection until it’s too late. The good news is it’s not a lost cause. In this special report, two subject matter experts discuss cybersecurity technologies and strategies that can help agencies defend their systems and data against the latest cyber threats, today and into the future.

  • Establishing a Logical Perimeter: The Evolution of Network Security

    This whitepaper highlights the challenges you face when users are off network, and strategies to address the compliance and protection issues posed by remote network users.

  • Zero Trust Approach to Network Security

    The continued, high frequency of successful cyberattacks against today’s enterprises has made it abundantly clear that traditional, perimeter-centric security strategies are no longer effective. Read this whitepaper to learn about the effectiveness of a Zero Trust security model in addressing the shortcomings of failing perimeter-centric strategies.

  • Stalking the Kill Chain

    Gain insight into the effects of the changing information security threat landscape. Learn RSA’s approach to identifying strategies and techniques to establish a good defense, the “kill chain” concept and how to detect and respond, and how to level the adversarial playing field