Protecting the infrastructure from attack will require a new way of thinking about critical systems cybersecurity.
Now that hackers use apps as a front end for their attacks, ‘benign’ no longer means what you think it does.
The Pentagon's recent pilot program shows just how pervasive the exploitable network vulnerabilities are.
A recent demonstration tested the viability of using an SDP front end to provide the access between various compute resources located across multiple public clouds.
It may be too soon to tell, but predictive analytics offers agencies hope that they can get ahead of the threat rather than just cleaning up after the fact.
Because the effort to pull together any kind of quantum-resistant cryptography will be lengthy and complex, the process must start now if those trusted cryptosystems are to be developed in time.
When neither employers nor workers have confidence in an organization’s ability to protect data, security tools can only provide part of the answer.
The FBI believes at least one group of hackers has been using APTs against government agencies for at least the past five years -- and possibly much longer.
When agencies release code to open source, should they sanitize it before release or trust to the community to eventually secure it?
New research demonstrating that quantum computing is now just an engineering challenge moves the possibility of encryption-cracking machines to the front burner.