The federal civilian enterprisewide VDP platform offers agencies a centrally managed system to gather vulnerability information from security researchers.
To help remote workers stay secure, the National Security Agency issued guidance on securing wireless devices in public.
The agency is seeking comments on developing an Artificial Intelligence Risk Management Framework that would improve organizations’ ability to incorporate trustworthiness into the design, development and use of AI systems.
The multicloud CyLab environment will develop, test and deploy AI-based analytic tools and software to counter existing and emerging threats.
The Senate’s 2022 defense authorization bill and a number of House measures are addressing cyber authorities, domestic microelectronics manufacture, supply chain security and raising cyber awareness among the public.
The Bureau of Engraving and Printing is looking for new ways to integrate machine-readable features into future versions of U.S. currency that could be used to detect and deter counterfeiting.
Bots filing bogus applications in bulk, teams of fraudsters in foreign countries making phony claims, online forums peddling how-to advice on identity theft: Inside the infrastructure of perhaps the largest fraud wave in history.
To prevent damage to power equipment from cyberattacks, researchers at Idaho National Laboratory have developed a device that autonomously reviews and filters commands being sent to a power grid’s relay devices.
While prohibiting ransom payments could help deter attacks, some cybersecurity experts say it’s a bad idea because local governments, particularly smaller ones, may not be able to restore or rebuild their computer networks quickly, resulting in more costs and disruption than paying a ransom.
With few employees and little federal compliance training, some small-town water utilities may be unable to defend themselves from cyberattacks.