The Energy secretary said DOE is committed to getting industry partners the tools, the intelligence and cyber response they need to address today's threats.
Commerce Secretary Gina Raimondo stressed the need for government agencies to move to intelligence-based cybersecurity and focus more on technology supply chains.
Department of Homeland Security launched its 60-day workforce sprint with an aggressive campaign to hire 200 cyber personnel by July 1.
Residents of Louisiana can now have an electronic version of their COVID-19 vaccination records added to their LA Wallet, the state’s digital drivers’ license mobile application.
The Defense Department is expanding its vulnerability disclosure program to cover all of its publicly available systems, including networks, frequency-based communication, industrial control systems and internet-of-things devices.
The updated model will make a difference by getting more high-priority technology modernization projects funded.
Understanding state government privacy laws can give government IT teams an advantage in handling sensitive information.
Zero trust is exactly what the U.S. government needs to protect its most sensitive data and operations, but it requires enormous planning to implement effectively and will need constant tweaking.
The Department of Homeland Security and the White House are putting the spotlight on combatting ransomware, actively developing plans to confront the issue.
A new white paper starts the discussion on what will be required to move from public-key to quantum-resistant encryption.