Next-generation breach detection marries big-data and machine learning to deep cybersecurity expertise to maximize defense against breaches and threats.
Workspace-as-a-service platforms that incorporate desktop virtualization features are among the latest technologies to support the burgeoning government mobile workforce.
An inspector general audit reveals vulnerabilities in servers, outdated operating systems and physical and security deficiencies in the Transportation Security Administration system that connects airport security systems to central TSA servers.
Watson for Cyber Security will leverage the platform’s natural language processing to provide insight to threats.
A hybrid approach to network modernization can be cost-effective for agencies and deliver real improvements in capacity, availability and security.
Agencies are responsible for three broad areas of compliance: user management, privacy and training.
Establishing the right technology ecosystem can address agencies’ data security challenges, including how and where to store data and control access.
The cybersecurity review examines the DODIN from an adversary’s perspective to better prepare network defenders.
The National Institute of Standards and Technology is calling on the public to help it map out new guidelines for federal agencies' digital authentication practices.
HID Global’s goID platform lets government agencies issue identity credentials over the air to users’ smartphones, from which they can transfer relevant ID data to requestors.
Scams targeting employees during this recent tax season serve as a sobering reminder of the significant security risks workers unknowingly pose to their organizations.
Because the effort to pull together any kind of quantum-resistant cryptography will be lengthy and complex, the process must start now if those trusted cryptosystems are to be developed in time.
Most of today’s encryption efforts focus on data stored on servers because that is where the majority of big breaches take place.
The obstacles are daunting -- money, time, careless users, encryption-resistant legacy systems. But the risks are no less serious.