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Identity proofing will ensure that relief funds get delivered quickly and accurately and that fraud prevention doesn’t put a burden on the user experience.
Nearly a quarter of vulnerabilities discussed in social media between 2015 and 2017 were discussed on social platforms prior to their addition to the National Vulnerability Database.
The Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency reminded civilian agencies that they are legally required to use sinkholing capabilities through EINSTEIN 3 Accelerated as their primary upstream DNS resolving service.
Trump administration issued an executive order imposing new restrictions on numerous foreign-made products and technology used in bulk-power systems.
True automation and full transformation of SecOps needs a vision that’s more than adding tools and data streams and recognizes the constraints and strengths of public-sector organizations.
Advanced technologies will help close gaps by correlating threat intelligence and coordinating responses at machine speed.
Agencies working to ensure robustly secure pathways to IT while balancing worker productivity during the pandemic should use the opportunity to secure remote work capabilities going forward.
Government’s response to the virus has revealed areas for improving cybersecurity, data sharing and emergency preparedness, experts say.
The Marine Corps wants future-proof information technologies that can survive and perform tasks like data analytics uninterrupted in remote, contested environments.
The incident exposed personal data -- including income and Social Security numbers -- of thousands Economic Injury Disaster Loans applicants.
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