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    Utah pilots mobile driver’s license

    An electronically signed version of driver’s license information on users’ mobile devices gives them control over what they choose to share.

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    When software reaches end of life, what’s your plan?

    When retiring software, government IT teams need complete, accurate and real-time visibility into their environments to identify which endpoints have the software installed, where it’s actively being used and any vulnerabilities related to it as well as remediation efforts.

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    Army wants to clean up biometric ID data

    Cleaner data and biometric-matching algorithms will deliver improved matching results and limit the number of manual comparisons required.

  • APT threat exploits Fortinet OS flaws, CISA, FBI warn

    Old vulnerabilities in enterprise software from Fortinet is allowing advanced persistent threat actors to gain access to government and industry networks.

  • military ID card (Air Force photo by Airman 1st Class Scott Warner)

    Army eyes CAC-less physical security

    The Pandemic Entry and Automated Control Environment aims to use the biometric and password metadata on CAC cards and related databases to secure access to sensitive areas.

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    How private DoH can help protect data for remote workers

    Agencies that set up a private DNS-over-HTTPS service can ensure that any DNS traffic from users and devices uses agency infrastructure, which allows for improved security, filtering and observability.

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    DHS to launch cyber sprints

    The Department of Homeland Security will embark on a series of 60-day sprints to move forward on ransomware and cybersecurity workforce issues as well as defense of industrial control systems, transportation systems and election infrastructure.

  • vaccine passport on mobile phone (Robert Avgustin/Shutterstock.com)

    As vaccine passports emerge, administration takes advisory role

    The White House plans to create privacy, security and access guidelines for vaccine passports as companies are already rolling out applications.

  • voting security

    NIST issues draft election security framework

    The National Institute of Standards and Technology has published a draft framework that takes NIST's pre-existing cybersecurity best practices and applies them to the voting equipment and information systems supporting elections.

  • mobile phone user (Don Pablo/Shutterstock.com)

    DOD ramps up mobile security

    The Defense Innovation Unit selected Zimperium’s mobile endpoint protection platform to help shore up security of devices accessing DOD’s unclassified applications and data.

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