Despite their ubiquity and unquestioned business value, application programming interfaces are often overlooked and underprotected.
The state’s National Cybersecurity Intelligence Center aims to be the country’s foremost authority on cybersecurity education, research and rapid response.
Election officials in Ohio and Utah will see how technology improves the reporting of results and the caucus voting process.
The technology that powers Bitcoin has the potential to address government trust and security issues.
Spammers are taking advantage of misconfigured dot-gov domains and link shorteners to redirect visitors to other sites.
The National Institute of Standards and Technology is revising its 2009 telework guides to cover the booming use of employee, contractor and vendor devices to access agency resources.
With the new Assured Compliance Assessment Solution Reporting Toolkit, the Army is automating cybersecurity management.
The Endgame cybersecurity platform has helped both red and blue teams hunting and securing networks at the Air Force’s Red Flag exercise.
With today’s “assumption of compromise,” organizations need a unified, analytics-driven platform for end-to-end visibility across the enterprise.
Using only a smartphone, researchers were able to get enough information from signals created by a 3-D printer’s nozzle to reverse-engineer the object being manufactured.
The National Security Agency is taking nominations for its Best Scientific Cybersecurity Paper Competition.
New research demonstrating that quantum computing is now just an engineering challenge moves the possibility of encryption-cracking machines to the front burner.
Simple and inexpensive telephony denial-of-service attacks are increasingly targeting government phone systems.
While the Department of Health and Human Services has made progress in compliance with the Federal Information Security Modernization Act, it still has room to improve its security program.