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The quality assurance technique uncovers coding errors and security loopholes during software vulnerability testing and assurance processes.
The Trusted Internet Connection pilots will help flesh out roles and responsibilities for safely navigating government cloud programs, according to the TIC program manager.
Fueled by artificial intelligence, big data and the internet of things, 5G networks will support a global sensor network that can identify multi-dimensional attack vectors and instantly spot discrepancies.
Agencies that deploy crucial defense measures will reinforce an ecosystem of protection that is desperately needed to safeguard data in this time of crisis.
The larger, unprotected perimeter that comes with employees working from home increases the likelihood of a data breach or other cyberattack.
State election officials say they have been waiting years for Election Assistance Commission to approve the newest version of technical and security standards.
The additional responsibilities state and local IT shops have taken on in the wake of the pandemic have stretched their already thin resources, but the work administering hundreds of federal programs may finally open the door for federal cybersecurity funding.
With every point in the infrastructure supply chain being carefully scrutinized, zero trust can help agencies authenticate and manage the onslaught of new devices that need to access secure networks.
Agencies must embrace a TIC 3.0 readiness approach that sets them up for short-term fixes as well as long-term success.
The information derived from a combination of audit trails and detailed forensics can help IT professionals trace and react to threats and even prevent future attacks.
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