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The 2018 Federal 100 Award winners includes many whose accomplishments have improved cybersecurity in government.
The National Institute of Standards and Technology is inching closer to developing two new encryption standards designed to defend against new and emerging cybersecurity threats.
Innovative technologies and advanced analytics allow agencies to meet authentication standards, minimize fraud concerns and still deliver a positive customer experience.
Combating the threats introduced by digital transformation requires correlating event data, sharing real-time threat intelligence and supporting automated incident response.
Recommendations expected this summer aim to improve how risks are being managed in the IT and communications supply chains.
The Defense research agency is exploring the feasibility of locking down election systems with open-source software and secure hardware.
The Continuous Diagnostics and Mitigation program can drive an integrated strategy that helps solve the complexity issues that challenge cyber defense.
While there's a fundamental need for overall system modernization, state motor vehicle departments can make specific, near-term upgrades that will improve a portion of the DMV experience for both citizens and staff.
To take advantage of the cloud, accommodate remote employees and boost security, government must reconcile previous cloud security models with today's reality, a top cyber official said.
In a letter to the sergeant at arms, two senators call for statistics on the number of Senate computers have been compromised and the times hackers have successfully accessed sensitive Senate data.
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