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    CISA looks inward to stop future supply chain attacks

    The Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency is exploring ways to better monitor internal systems’ communications for suspicious signals.

  • Power plant

    NIST updates smart grid framework

    This latest version outlines a new strategy for developing interoperable devices and equipment and provides guidance and resources for grid cybersecurity.

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    White House plans executive action in response to massive breach

    In the wake of a wide-ranging hack involving SolarWinds IT management software and other commercial products, the White House is planning executive action to address cybersecurity gaps.

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    Warner wants answers on Florida water utility hack

    Sen. Mark Warner (D-Va.) wants more information from the FBI and the Environmental Protection Agency about the recent cybersecurity breach at a Florida water utility.

  • Finally, a way to defang ransomware

    Ransomware gangs are running riot -- paying them off doesn’t help

    Building a more robust cybersecurity culture stands a better chance of repelling ransomware gangs than calling in the cavalry or paying off cybercriminals.

  • mobile vote with blockchain

    Despite security concerns, online voting advances

    Security experts understand the desire of entrepreneurs and election officials to use new voting methods to reach voters who may be disenfranchised by in-person or mail-in voting, but the security risk might be too great, they say.

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    When cybersecurity info sharing makes headlines

    When the sheriff of Oldsmar, Fla., held a press conference to discuss a hack into the city’s water treatment facility, many cybersecurity experts were surprised – not by the hack, but by the publicity.

  • DOD eyes CMMC-FedRAMP reciprocity by end of FY 2021

    The Defense Department is working with the General Services Administration to work out reciprocity between the Cybersecurity Maturity Model Certification program and the Federal Risk and Authorization Management Program.

  • innovation (ESB Professional/Shutterstock.com)

    5 tech trends for 2021

    This year, agencies should expect not just greater adoption of automation, artificial intelligence and predictive analytics, but a more comprehensive security posture that includes everything from zero trust to continuous monitoring of the supply chain.

  • global cyberattacks (ioat/Shutterstock.com)

    Expect more nation-state cyberattacks, Krebs says

    Attacks from China, Russia, Iran and North Korea will likely continue “until the leadership has decided that it cannot tolerate further behavior," former CISA Director Chris Krebs told the House Homeland Security Committee.

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