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Federal agencies have just 15 days to patch critical IT vulnerabilities, according to a new Binding Operational Directive issued by the Department of Homeland Security.
The research arm of DHS is looking to add cybersecurity tools for existing and emerging wireless protocols to its arsenal of network protection capabilities.
Over $2.7 billion was lost to cyber crime in 2018, according to the FBI's latest annual Internet Crime Report.
The voluntary public-private information-sharing program facilitates better situational awareness about IT security threats to unclassified contractor networks and information systems.
Compressing the network traffic sent to central analysis servers may allow analysts to detect intrusions earlier in the transmission process.
As agencies integrate advanced technologies and more security into their processes, they're looking to their employees for help.
Efforts to counter disinformation and influence campaigns, as well as state-sponsored hacking and leaking efforts targeting political campaigns, remain a work in progress.
Most states are addressing privacy issues, and the number of dedicated CPOs is on the rise.
Nation-states and others are targeting critical infrastructure in much the same way they do traditional IT systems.
The full-body scanners at airports across the country frequently give false alarms for Afros, braids, twists and other hairstyles popular among black women.
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