Gov. Terry McAuliffe is hosting a summit to discuss current cybersecurity activities, challenges and opportunities.
By monitoring the electromagnetic emissions produced by sensors on the Internet of Things, researchers hope to be able to detect when those devices have been compromised.
Although there are inherent risks to increasing the number of personal mobile devices connected to government networks, the benefits are too good to ignore.
Department of Homeland Security Secretary Jeh Johnson is conferring with state and local governments about the cybersecurity of voting systems.
Thirteen companies received $1.3 million in funding to develop new cybersecurity measures and technologies.
Today’s mobile IT environment -- with all of the issues bring-your-own-device policies and shadow IT mobile bring with it -- represents a starkly different world to secure and manage.
Fraudulent emails are being sent to tax professionals in an attempt to gain access to sensitive information.
In a Black Hat presentation, a security consultant explained how existing EMS solutions could often be ineffective, even on standard, non-jailbroken personal devices.
The Intelligence Community's research agency is exploring the use of role-based virtual environments to enhance security.
Recipients of the Cybersecurity Public Service Scholarship Program must work for the state after graduation for the number of years that they received the scholarship.
The policyspeak of a DEF CON "Meet the Feds" panel put some hackers to sleep, but one attendee was glad to learn of the government’s work on IoT and software security.
Rather than focus on attacks from the outside, organizations should concentrate on the internal networks, data and risks within their control.
The Cyber Independent Testing Lab will evaluate the security of commercial software so that users and purchasers can make quantitative comparisons among different products.
For most agencies, a combination of security products create a formidable defense.