Exposure notification apps can help slow the virus’ spread, but health department officials say limited data the apps collect is the tradeoff required to assuage privacy concerns.
Experts say the sorts of rudimentary vulnerabilities revealed in the cyberbreach at a water treatment plant in Florida -- including the lack of an internet firewall and the use of shared passwords and outdated software -- are common among America’s 151,000 public water systems.
Agencies trying to assess the security of industry supply chains may have a tough time getting the information they need because of organizations’ inability to identify or measure their cybersecurity postures.
The Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency’s SocialCyber program aims to use artificial intelligence to create a dynamic situational awareness capability that can preserve the integrity and security of open source software projects.
By phasing out BYOD and phasing in zero trust, agencies can created an exponentially less vulnerable government.
By enhancing cybersecurity visibility and creating a market for it, the Biden administration wants to encourage the use of products and services that have security built in at the outset.
Microsoft Exchange Servers that have not been upgraded with the latest security patches are getting hit with "DearCry" ransomware, Microsoft warned.
The House Armed Services Committee has launched a task force to investigate defense supply chain vulnerabilities, foreign manufacturing concerns and other issues raised by the pandemic.
Police departments, prisons, schools, hospitals and major technology firms were among the 24,000 organizations that had their cloud-based surveillance video breached by an international hacker group.
The University of Texas at San Antonio’s Center for Infrastructure Assurance and Security will develop flexible and adaptable high-value asset risk management tools for state, local and tribal governments.