The Federal Risk and Authorization Management Program is pushing adoption of the Open Security Controls Assessment Language to enable automated reviews.
A GAO survey of 24 agencies found facial recognition technology has been primarily used for digital access, law enforcement or cyber and physical security, but some agencies are researching new applications.
Cyber navigators train local officials how to prevent and respond to cybersecurity breaches and keep an eye on big security compromises and phishing threats.
If properly tuned and configured, endpoint detection and response solutions that incorporate artificial intelligence, threat hunting at scale and vulnerability management for IT hygiene can help agencies stop known and unknown threats in real-time.
The Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency has posted a fact sheet to help public- and private-sector organizations prevent and respond to threats from ransomware attackers to release sensitive information if a victim does not pay the ransom demanded.
The state’s Department of Employment Security said close to $15 million has been paid to fraudsters, but the state could have lost as much as $1 billion, one tech exec said.
Intelligent solutions that adopt a zero-trust model can analyze the content and context of each email before it reaches an employee’s inbox.
The Air Force Research Laboratory wants to assess the risks posed by researchers who may be passing R&D to foreign adversaries.
With automation, IT teams can spot the moment a configuration starts to drift from security baselines and proactively notify administrators in near-real-time.
The Bureau missed opportunities to mitigate a critical vulnerability, resulting in the exploitation of remote-access servers, the agency’s inspector general reported.