By combining a hardware security module and a client-side automated lookup of credentials, agencies can extend authorized network access to non-person entities.
These 21 projects at the federal, state and local levels show just how transformative government IT can be.
Agencies need smarter, faster ways to get authority to operate, according to a top IT advisor at the Department of Health and Human Services.
Deliberate misdirection of an attack’s source muddies the waters, causing victims to waste valuable time and resources on trying to assign the blame rather than focusing on the immediate responses needed to prevent further harm.
The Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency is prepping state and local governments for the final rounds in the fight to secure their election critical infrastructure, according to the agency's top risk manager.
Department of Homeland Security is investing in five startups to support their blockchain-based solutions that control counterfeiting and forgery.
California Employment Development launched a new ID.me identity verification process designed to expedite the process of verifying claimants’ identities, reduce the build-up of claims requiring manual review and crack down on fraud.
New research suggests policies that fail to account for the realities of employees’ differing priorities and daily responsibilities are more likely to be ignored or circumvented, increasing an organization's data breach risks.
By moving to managed threat detection and response and embracing a hybrid security operation center model, agencies can keep pace with the evolving threat landscape.
A zero-trust architecture featuring automated access and identity verification can reduce agencies’ attack surface without leaning on workforce resources.