SecureVue Auditor License offers a portable software solution for Defense Department IT network audits.
The Department of Defense has recently approved derived public key infrastructure credentials on BlackBerry devices.
root9B will open a $2 million cybersecurity center to provide remote security services to the company’s government and commercial clients.
While government agencies will always be targets of distributed denial-of-service attacks, they can make themselves less appealing to hackers.
A survey of Black Hat 2015 attendees reveals a disparity between “the threats that keep security professionals awake at night and the tasks that keep them occupied during the day.”
Customs and Border Protection will collect fingerprints and passport information and compare it to the same data that was collected when the traveler arrived in the United States.
Platform analytics can provide state and local governments with both proactive detection and defensive threat mitigation -- and the information learned can be shared across departments.
Data loss prevention solutions monitor the network for leaks from endpoint devices such as USBs, printers and mobile devices.
Lessons from a digital-government pioneer on how to think about providing better citizen service.
An effective cybersecurity plan must not just address the problems outlined in the 30-day cybersecurity sprint, but also the underlying issues that have kept agencies from fully complying with existing security programs.
The New Jersey Cybersecurity and Communications Integration Cell hopes to detect attacks aimed at banking institutions with the help of shared threat intelligence.
States increasingly are employing facial recognition software to compare driver’s license or ID photos with other images on file.