New legislation would create stricter penalties for cyberattacks against critical infrastructure and give the Justice Department more options for bringing charges against criminals in foreign countries.
State and local governments that are members of the Multi-State Information Sharing and Analysis Center (MS-ISAC) now have free access to Deloitte’s secure online threat-intelligence platform.
The National Institute of Standards and Technology and the Federal Risk and Authorization Management Program are advocating the use of the Open Security Controls Assessment Language, a machine-readable language that will help standardize cloud authorization packages and streamline reviews.
To fight account-takeover attacks and streamline remote access, city officials issued Yubikeys to make multifactor authentication easy and secure for 500 employees.
By identifying and tracking every app, user and transaction flow, agencies can gain complete visibility into their entire cyber ecosystem and build a zero-trust architecture.
Cybersecurity researchers at Pacific Northwest National Laboratory are luring hackers into an artificial world to give defenders more time to reinforce protections on cyber-physical systems.
A custom-built messaging app preloaded on special handsets was equipped with a backdoor that allowed law enforcement to decrypted criminals’ messages.
House lawmakers on Wednesday were keen to ask Colonial Pipeline's chief executive officer what he knew about the ramifications of making a ransom payment and how it might affect the company's finances.
Zero trust is not a cure-all, but it offers a powerful opportunity for agencies to shore up their cyber defenses.
If widely used, these AIs could hinder efforts to defend against cyberattacks -- and could set off an AI arms race between misinformation generators and detectors.