A joint New York-New Jersey team was one of 13 new cyber units the Guard announced it would activate throughout 23 states by the end of fiscal year 2019.
A new report identifies the biggest cloud cybersecurity concerns across eight industries.
Effective security solutions need to strike a balance between data sharing and privacy protection.
In a response to a We the People petition on encryption, the White House said it would meet with petitioners and asked for additional public comments.
In support of the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency’s Brandeis program, the company’s Jana project will deliver a privacy service that protects data while retaining its utility for analysts.
Mach37's platinum sponsorship from General Dynamics Mission Systems will help leverage Virginia’s university, industry and government cybersecurity assets to produce new innovative products and companies.
According to a recent survey, 82 percent of federal respondents said their agency is either fully or partially implementing the NIST Cybersecurity Framework to mitigate risk and strengthen their security posture.
The Department of Defense announced its 2015 Chief Information Officer Award for Cyber and IT Excellence winners.
Through a recently issued broad agency announcement, the Air Force is seeking to address kill chain integration and full spectrum awareness of emerging threats.
It’s no use having good endpoint security if the behavior of the users negates that.
Public- and private-sector officials discuss cybersecurity workforce issues at the inaugural Commonwealth Conference on Cyber and Education.
Individual users, small agencies and large enterprises can all contribute to raising the bar for cyber protection, making it more difficult and more expensive for cyber criminals to achieve their objectives.
The Department of Homeland Security's National Cybersecurity Assessment and Technical Services can help governments at all levels learn how their networks look to would-be attackers.
After evaluating over 30 million alerts from its users around the world, Sentinel IPS found that 67 percent of government networks and 72 percent of education networks triggered critical malware or ransomware alerts.