A proposal for accurately measuring the scope of cybersecurity problems and charting progress is being presented at the EastWest Institute's international summit on cyberspace.
The past month of problems and de-bugging on the Affordable Care Act portal has not been so bad, if you think of it as a beta.
A survey of federal security people and end users produces interesting -- but not surprising -- results: The rift between users and defenders is undermining cybersecurity.
The lack of a security crisis during the government shutdown has created a false confidence about the safety of U.S. networks and critical infrastructure.
Federal efforts to create a cybersecurity framework have produced good results, but gaps remain and international cooperation is needed, according to one industry report.
A survey conducted for Cisco shows the importance federal, state and local government IT professionals place on cybersecurity.
Proliferation of IT accounts with elevated access privileges is a continuing problem; it could be more troublesome when employees are locked out and only a skeleton staff remains.
But after 11 years it continues to mature and provide a reasonable framework for securing IT systems.
Gen. Keith Alexander insists that the NSA needs public and industry support to do its job, but his lack of transparency makes it hard to keep the faith.
Security priorities are being set for the coming fiscal year, but budget irresponsibility could make achieving them difficult.