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The Cyber Reskilling Academy is envisioned as a vehicle for filling the talent gap by transitioning members of the existing federal workforce to high-level cybersecurity work.
Election officials broadly support paper ballots and post-election audits, but two-thirds said they don't have the money to replace their machines in a timely fashion, according to a new report by the Brennan Center for Justice.
As agencies push protection mechanisms closer to the data, cloud solutions offer the ability to maintain the boundary while providing enhanced security at the data layer.
By enabling non-security personnel to implement the right rules, intent-based security not only simplifies policy management across hybrid environments, but it also drives a collaborative DevSecOps culture.
Automated security testing has become an integral part of the normal DevOps workflow, ensuring that compliance validation is done continuously and at the speed of development.
Leveraging private threat researchers' deep knowledge of the cyber underground gives government investigators information and perspective that can make a critical difference in solving cyber crimes and stopping future attacks.
States waiting for Voluntary Voting System Guidelines may be not have time to test their systems against the new standards before the 2020 election.
Lack of hiring personnel and the complex security clearance process is slowing down implementation as the Cyber Excepted Service expands.
To secure identification cards, agencies must monitor the cardstock, introduce a few new security measures and teach stakeholders how to accelerate the verification process.
The National Strategy to Combat Terrorist Travel, which will rely on validating identities and leveraging biometric ID systems to detect and stop terrorists as they travel.
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