Police departments, prisons, schools, hospitals and major technology firms were among the 24,000 organizations that had their cloud-based surveillance video breached by an international hacker group.
The University of Texas at San Antonio’s Center for Infrastructure Assurance and Security will develop flexible and adaptable high-value asset risk management tools for state, local and tribal governments.
While no federal agencies have yet been compromised by the vulnerabilities found in Microsoft Exchange, securing federal systems will be a long journey, Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency officials said.
Utilities should update software, provide training and assess what software and hardware they use -- as well as their cyber-physical vulnerabilities.
IT teams have a long road ahead of them as they work to find and root out all vestiges of the Hafnium hack in their Microsoft Exchange systems.
Among the 30,000 victims of the Hafnium attack in the U.S. are a disproportionate number of local governments, security experts said.
Four research teams will work to develop a hardware accelerator and software stack for fully homomorphic encryption that can bring the speed of FHE calculations in line with similar unencrypted data operations.
Secure KVMs safeguard critical network assets by maintaining isolation between channels while improving an operator’s efficiency and effectiveness in working across secure and non-secure systems at the desktop.
To design a software vulnerability program for the federal government, the National Institute of Standards and Technology is reviewing work done by the Defense and Homeland Security Departments.