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    Zero trust: Moving from concept to reality

    Despite the daunting complexity of establishing zero trust, agency cybersecurity execs are finding ways to crack the problem.

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    Election admins vulnerable to email attacks

    More than half of election administrators have only rudimentary or non-standard technologies to protect themselves from phishing, and some are still running vulnerable Exim mail servers known to have been used by threat actors linked to the Russian military, a new report says.

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    Taxpayers’ patience running thin over ransomware

    When ransoms, cyber insurance premiums, hefty mitigation costs and the post-data breach crisis PR retainer are all subsidized by taxpayers, debating whether to pay the ransom or not doesn’t solve the underlying problem. We must focus on the root cause of ransomware and on preventing the attack

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    NIST again narrows post-quantum encryption algorithm candidates

    National Institute of Standards and Technology has selected a final group of 15 algorithms that will form the core of the first post-quantum cryptography standard.

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    States sign on for automated security pilot

    Arizona, Louisiana, Massachusetts and Texas are working with the Johns Hopkins Applied Physics Laboratory on a pilot project to test automated threat response.

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    Sustaining large-scale, long-term remote telework security

    If maximum telework becomes the norm for government agencies, it is likely to impact every area of business from network infrastructure to security clearances.

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    The 4 essential pillars of cloud security

    As agencies are increase cloud adoption, shift IT practices to respond the pandemic and continue to face persistent cyber adversaries, they should implement a holistic framework for a zero-trust architecture that will give them greater cloud security.

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    2020 election security top goal for NSA, Cyber Command

    Gen. Paul Nakasone, who heads both National Security Agency and U.S. Cyber Command said “safe, secure and legitimate 2020 elections” is his No. 1 objective.

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    How your local election clerk is fighting global disinformation

    State and local election officials are working to take down misinformation and promote voter registration drives, but detecting and reporting misinformation can be difficult for officials to tackle on their own.

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    IRS improves its fraud, ID theft detection

    The tax agency received high marks for its efforts cracking down on tax refund fraud and identity theft, according to a new audit from the Treasury Inspector General for Tax Administration.

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