Employees who use personal devices outside agency parameters expose agency networks to hosts of mobile malware.
Joining other cloud providers, Google hands customers the encryption keys. But is this the best way to keep agency data safe?
The state's Department of Transportation is testing mobile driver license software with employees who will assess and validate the solution.
The company’s Embedded Critical Systems Protection locks down the software embedded in the devices to protect against zero-day attacks and prevent compromise.
The Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency’s XD3 program is looking for innovative ways to mitigate and minimize the effects of DDoS attacks on networks.
Trusted computing can help agencies manage geographically dispersed servers and emerging OpenStack deployments.
The Iowa Communications Network now has a way to visually track real-time network and information system disruptions and cyberattacks.
Automated management, monitoring and security tools – along with common-sense policies – can help agencies gain the upper hand against shadow IT.
Least-privilege access and continuous monitoring of employees can help enterprises curtail insider threats.
When evaluating and updating cybersecurity defenses, agencies should begin by considering these five underlying principles.
Government and industry are developing increasingly sophisticated tools to see beyond the smoke screen of fraudulent claims for medical payments.
CellShield discovers patterns, bulk-protects and audits personally identifiable information in spreadsheets.
Intellicheck is piloting its Law ID mobile device-based authentication solution with three different law enforcement agencies.
The Biometric Technology Center will support ongoing collaboration between the FBI’s Biometric Center of Excellence and the Department of Defense’s Forensics and Biometrics Agency.