Seamlessly integrating self-learning artificial intelligence solutions into existing government security operations centers can deliver optimal automation and orchestration.
Researchers at Brown University have developed a proof of concept for an encrypted gun registry that places control of the database in the hands of county officials, rather than the federal government.
A labeled gateway running on a trustworthy operating system enforces mandatory access control policies to protect the entire system from modification and prevents unauthorized data flows, such as massive data breaches.
Kansas, Missouri, Montana and Washington will participate in the National Governors Association’s 2021 Policy Academy where they will refine and share best practices in cybersecurity governance, workforce development, critical infrastructure security and local engagement and partnership.
Any passport application’s back end and front end need to be fully open source and penetration-tested by security experts to build public trust.
Defense Advanced Projects and Research Agency aims to dramatically shorten the process and reduce costs for producing more secure advanced chips.
By securing identity and access controls for privileged users, one Defense Department agency created a system that prevented lateral movement and unauthorized privilege escalation.
Current defenses that rely solely on perimeter protection cannot defend agency networks once they’ve been compromised.
Seventy-eight percent of all federal domains have published a DMARC record, and 74% of those records have an enforcement policy, meaning that 74% of federal domains are protected from spoofing, according to a new report.
Congress may take a hard look at the $6 billion Einstein program when it comes up for re-authorization in December 2022.