The government's new intrusion prevention system will not only detect malicious traffic but stop that traffic before it does harm.
Revised guidance from NIST on defending against malware reflects the evolution of malicious code, which is becoming more complex, dangerous and difficult to detect.
The switch, the first secure KVM for Display Port, would allow government users to access secure and nonsecure networks using a single monitor.
Updated specifications from NIST for the PIV card now include an option for iris scans in addition to fingerprint authentication and the ability to do on-card matching of fingerprints.
The intell community taps HyTrust to help enforce the two-man rule for administrative access to sensitive information in the cloud in the wake of Snowden's disclosures about domestic spying.
The Latitude's user authentication features will please admins, but users won't love the limited battery power.
The Panda Cloud Systems Management promises to give agencies and service providers control over all software on their networks.
The Cipher USB FLE from Addonics, which itself looks like a key drive, can encrypt files on any drive or host PC.
Sensitive keys included in freely available firmware opened the Emergency Alert System to attack, and researchers say the incident could be just the tip of the iceberg.
A survey of security pros shows a high awareness of the 20 Critical Security Controls, but implementation is not yet mature. Government appears to be ahead of the curve.
The Pentagon expects to have its own network up and running by next year, as part of its new push for better cybersecurity.
NIST is looking for ideas and best practices for a new publication that would be a "substantial expansion" of guidance on how incident response teams cooperate.