Panda Cloud Systems Management

Panda Security expands antivirus protection for government clouds

The Panda Cloud Systems Management promises to give agencies and service providers control over all software on their networks.

Cipher USB FLE F1 from Addonics Technologies

Cipher provides an easy way to secure USB drives

The Cipher USB FLE from Addonics, which itself looks like a key drive, can encrypt files on any drive or host PC.

Emergency Alert System vulnerability

EAS vulnerability exposes the soft underbelly of firmware

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.

IT adminstrator upgrading server software

20 critical controls do improve cybersecurity, but are you using them?

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.

Service member with an iPad

DOD building its own secure 4G wireless network

The Pentagon expects to have its own network up and running by next year, as part of its new push for better cybersecurity.

Business people joining hands

Can agencies team up in responding to cyber attacks?

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.

A mobile phone that someone lost on the beach

Mobile security guide: Assume a device will fall into malicious hands

NIST has updated its guidance for securely managing mobile devices, addressing advances in the technology and the move toward BYOD since its original publication in 2008.

Keys in the cloud with encryption background

The rising danger to data is making KMIP important

The evolving key management standard is gaining traction in the cloud as a way to ensure security across varied infrastructures.

pie chart of who manages encryption keys for encrypted data in the cloud

Encrypting data in the cloud: Whose job is it?

More than two thirds of organizations with sensitive information in the cloud protect it with some kind of encryption before it leaves their hands. Who handles that encryption?

SEM Optical Media Destroyer

Destroyer shreds optical media to NSA's satisfaction

SEM's Optical Media Destroyer can slice and dice up to 2,400 CDs or DVDs an hour, turning them into shards that exceed NSA/CSS standards.

Cybersecurity at DHS

DHS needs to step up its game in federal cybersecurity

FISMA oversight by the department remains a work in process, and CyberScope has provided only limited help, according to an inspector general's report.

NIST glossary of security terms displayed on a tablet

A comprehensive list of security terms you should know

NIST has updated more than 200 pages of security words from federal documents to provide a central resource for definitions of cybersecurity terms.

Topic Resources

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