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Malware protection for air-gapped systems

Dell's Endpoint Security Suite Enterprise now features artificial intelligence and machine learning to identify threats at the end points, eliminating the need for signature-based solutions.

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The move to cloud: It's easier than you think

Automated cloud compliance can simplify and streamline continuous monitoring.

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Connecticut maps out cyber strategy

The state's goal is to reduce the likelihood and severity of large cyberattacks by strengthening the awareness and resilience of public and private entities.

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Security specter still haunts cloud computing

Security for cloud services is improving, but some significant hurdles remain, security experts say.

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GSA ramps up blockchain exploration

The U.S. Federal Blockchain Forum will give stakeholders an opportunity to develop, share and discuss practical use cases for blockchain technology for agency missions.

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Info sharing takes a hit in nuclear breach notification

Alerts of a recent spear-phishing attack may have damaged information sharing between government and critical infrastructure owners, experts say.

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Gloomy cyber forecast from Black Hat

IT pros at the annual security conference expect a successful cyberattack on U.S. infrastructure in the next two years.

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Endpoint security: Keeping virtual desktops safe for the remote workforce

Advanced endpoint management lets agencies secure virtual applications and desktops while giving users access to the data and applications they need.

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IARPA explores easy-to-use cryptography

A new program will look at developing tools that architects and programmers can use without having to understand the nuances of specific cryptographic concepts.

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Indiana’s cybersecurity game plan

Indiana CIO Dewand Neely spoke with GCN about his cybersecurity strategy in the wake of recent ransomware attacks across the country.

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DIUx taps Plurilock for AI authentication

Defense officials are adding an additional layer of security to workplace computing through an artificial-intelligence system that monitors keystrokes and mouse behavior of individual users.

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Deadline extended for 2017 dig IT award nominations

You have until July 15 to help GCN identify the innovative tech that's transforming government at all levels.


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