Indiana CIO Dewand Neely discusses his state's data analytics practice and its new approach to workforce cybersecurity training.
An aggressive push for improved authentication has resulted in savings, standardization and safer data.
The National Institute of Standards and Technology has come out with a self-assessment tool that should give organizations a better understanding of how they are progressing with security risk management efforts.
Los Angeles’ Integrated Security Operations Center consolidates all departmental cybersecurity into one central system.
In response to the threat of foreign interference in U.S. elections, 18 states have asked the Department of Homeland Security for advice on how to protect voting technology from cyber tampering.
Cybersecurity researchers show how data can be captured by near-field analysis of electromagnetic leakage.
The technology that underpins the Bitcoin crytocurrency has the potential to power all sorts of innovative government services.
A Science and Technology Directorate research project proves that reducing the risk of third-party applications is not such a remote possibility.
The static networks of old aren’t built to address evolving threats. They must be replaced by highly portable and distributed networks that can anticipate the next potential threat.
A Tripwire study also found that 88 percent of IT professionals think such hacks would pose a threat to public safety.
As the U.S. outlines new rules for driverless car development and safety, Chinese researchers uncover vulnerabilities that can be exploited from 12 miles away.
HHS' low-cost, open-source 2FA solution protects users who connect to GrantSolutions.gov -- and is poised to do even more.
Although states have strengthened their defenses against hackers and cybercriminals who attack their computer networks, officials admit they’re not fully prepared for increasingly complex threats that could expose the personal information of their residents.
Apple's exclusive bug bounty program is one that federal agencies -- particularly the most risk-averse -- could embrace.