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Zero trust acknowledges the inherent risks posed by human error -- and offers a specific and fixed solution.
A spike in demand for power caused by a coordinated attack on high-wattage internet-of-things devices could trigger transmission line failures and blackouts, but researchers at Princeton have a solution.
The Real ID Pre-Screening tool vets documents residents need when they apply for a Real ID-compliant driver’s license and passes the data to participating DMV offices.
As DOD modernizes tactical communications, cybersecurity must remain at the forefront of planning and execution.
A slower, consensus-based approach to 5G development would be a better option than adopting low-cost, available technology from Huawei, three former top Department of Homeland Security officials said.
The Senate's approval of $250 million in funding to states to secure voting infrastructure ahead of 2020 will not be enough, experts say.
Agencies have released a number of guides and information products to help organizations improve their cybersecurity postures.
PAM coupled with emerging approaches like behavioral analytics can help agencies keep their IT networks secure and aligned with evolving compliance requirements.
In his effort to ensure enterprises know what is in their software, one government executive working to make a software bill of materials a reality.
A proactive approach to data protection can help agencies safeguard their systems -- here’s how.
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