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Federal agencies should coordinate on state agencies’ cybersecurity assessments, including leveraging other agencies’ assessments or conducting joint reviews, the Government Accountability Office says.
Maryland Governor Larry Hogan called in the National Guard to help the state not just with its pandemic response but also with cybersecurity assessments.
The Defense Information Systems Agency is testing whether the SafeCase, which blocks a phone’s cameras, sensors and microphones, will make the personal devices secure enough to bring into areas where classified information is processed.
As zero trust can limit data sharing that’s essential to many agency operations, it requires cooperation from both the technology and mission sides of the agency to work.
The National Institute of Standards and Technology publication on zero-trust architecture provides a new security architecture model for the fast-changing environment where the enterprise perimeter is dissolving and apps and users are everywhere.
Fraudsters are using phishing campaigns promising pandemic relief payments to lure Americans to fake websites and entice them to hand over their banking credentials.
Municipalities that protect valuable citizen data should prioritize remote-work security strategies to ease potentially crippling burdens on staff and enhance constituent trust.
To secure criminal, medical and financial data for about 4,500 inmates across several facilities, the Delaware Department of Correction relies on a solid data protection strategy.
Computer sensors that monitor temperature, voltage levels and power consumption can quickly detect the power surges that indicate ransomware has started encrypting files.
Agencies can improve their resiliency by establishing and extending trust through every layer of the enterprise -- from the critical hardware infrastructure all the way out to the data on the network.
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