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    Making encryption easier with blockchain

    Moving public key infrastructure to a distributed ledger could offer a more secure, less expensive way to provide online authentication.

  • The problem with PIV cards

    Personal identification verification cards have never quite lived up to their promise to control access to federal networks and physical locations.

  • crowdsourced security

    Crowdsourcing cyber threat defense

    With input from communities of professional cyber threat analysts and white-hat hackers, 418 Intelligence analyzes threat risks and countermeasures.

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    New breach, same lessons

    The Equifax breach has brought the security of open source software to the fore, yet again, and highlighted the ongoing struggle organizations still have with cybersecurity.

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    NIST's how-to for prioritizing risk

    The latest guidance on risk assessment offers agencies a way to identify the most critical parts of an infrastructure so they can better choose what to upgrade.

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    WannaCry: A preview of coming attacks?

    With malware innovations seemingly outpacing the efforts of both public and private entities to protect against them, we must find a new way to deal with the issues malware poses.

  • mobile security (Boiko Y/Shutterstock.com)

    The road to derived mobile credentials

    Programs in both the civilian and military sectors are starting to deliver on earlier promises to give government workers credentials on their mobile devices.

  • Jumping on the blockchain bandwagon

    Jumping on the blockchain bandwagon

    This could be the year when blockchain hype dissipates and it becomes a major, if still early-stage, cybersecurity tool.

  • The cyber curse of ‘interesting times’ (Photo by Elena11/ShutterStock)

    The cyber curse of ‘interesting times’

    This year will be a critical one for cybersecurity, with both government and industry coming to grips with what’s needed to counteract the rapidly rising tide of attacks.

  • Are states ill-equipped to manage cybersecurity?

    Are states ill-equipped to manage cybersecurity?

    State governments have been under constant pressure to modernize their IT systems, improve service delivery and cut costs. Along the way, something is bound to break.

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  • Congressman sees broader role for DHS in state and local cyber efforts

    Automating the ATO