While tight budgets and an inability to keep up with evolving threats hinder cybersecurity maturity, agencies can bolster their defenses.
The Cloud Hypervisor-forensics and Incident Response Platform gives analysts a way to extract data from cloud infrastructure at the hypervisor level.
Emails that appear to be from the Small Business Administration are being sent to business owners, CEOs and CFOs enticing them to download malware and hand over personal banking information, according to new research.
Secure, remote work environments enhance productivity, ensure continuity of operations and open the door to recruiting and retaining a more diverse and motivated government workforce.
In the face of unprecedented challenges this year, many election officials say most issues can simply be addressed with sufficient political will.
The nation’s energy grid should be tested for cyber vulnerabilities, lawmakers say, especially in light of the new challenges posed by the COVID-19 outbreak and reports of foreign adversaries targeting the nation’s critical infrastructure.
In a cybersecurity advisory, the National Security Agency warned mobile device users that they could be inadvertently revealing their location and risking missions.
Researchers are attempting to harden computer-vision algorithms against adversarial attacks by teaching them to recognize small details in the scene that are absent or altered.
Enrolling agency employees in a financial triggers program can strengthen continuous vetting and insider threat programs while substantially reducing the amount of data that requires analysis.
The Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency has issued finalized core guidance for the Trusted Internet Connection program, and National Institute of Standards and Technology its guide on access controls for IaaS, PaaS and SaaS cloud models.