Although $400 million has been set aside to address vulnerabilities, it's just a drop in the bucket compared to what states and election security experts say is needed to fix the problem.
With the midterm elections just around the corner, candidates and government officials must take extra care to ensure their communications are secure.
People often think of the dark web as a place where criminals sell drugs or exchange stolen information -- or as a rare section of the internet Google can’t crawl. It’s both, and neither, and much more.
Separate the signal from the noise with this multipart overview of election-security concerns.
With the growing need for cybersecurity experts, the government is missing a chance to take advantage of volunteers and part-time talent, a new report says.
The Pentagon is bringing on new security firms to participate in the programs and broadening the focus to include "high-value" Defense Department assets.
Although cyberattacks have become increasingly sophisticated, the cyber insurance market’s extremely small size suggests that organizations might have underrated its importance.
A "brain password" is a mix of the person’s unique biological brain structure and their involuntary memory that determines how it responds to a particular stimulus.
As agencies roll out cloud-first policies, three key practices can expose security risks and safeguard both personnel and data.
A new survey from Deloitte and NASCIO shows how state governments are managing cybersecurity demands.