New guidance from NIST for using TLS in government applications requires later versions of the protocol because of vulnerabilities in version 1.0.
NSS Labs study found little difference in the performance of five popular enterprise products designed to protect against socially engineered malware, such as fake system upgrades and anti-virus offers.
Alphaville is part of the Michigan Cyber Range, a network and classroom training environment designed to prepare IT managers on cybersecurity attacks and defenses.
Comments on trustworthiness of cryptographic keys developed with Dual_EC_DRBG causes the standards agency to recommend against its use.
Whether a website was built with new or legacy programming languages, the security risk is about the same, according to a new website security report.
The Snowden and Wikileaks affairs, as well as potential threats from other insiders, has ratcheted up the urgency for a near-real-time analytic approach to government insider workforce risks.
Point solutions to protect the perimeter of the enterprise are not obsolete, but a new generation of tools is arriving to complement them and provide the awareness needed to defend against new complex and targeted threats.
Big data systems can correlate structured and unstructured data to paint a complete picture about an agency’s overall IT health and offer insight into the sophisticated threats.
Entrust IdentityGuard cloud-based console simplifies management of SSL, PKI, certificate discovery, device certificates and credentialing.
Described as "one of the scariest bugs I've seen" by a DOD technical analyst, Heartbleed could leave agency systems from enterprise email to Web sites vulnerable to attack.
FICO's 50+ algorithms scour multiple data sources to help defeat criminal rings that perpetrate money laundering, insider fraud and other crimes.
The Federal Cloud Credential Exchange, hosted by the Postal Service, is expected to be in operation this spring, providing a cloud-based identity hub for agencies.