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States partnering with the National Governors Association will get help refining their priorities and developing action plans to improve cybersecurity.
Increasing visibility into data and user behavior will help agencies create more effective, sound and targeted security policies and get control over their data, wherever it may be.
The Taxpayer First Act gives the IRS more tools to strengthen online authentication and prevent tax-related identity theft.
The Naval District Washington is looking for ways to make it easier for analysts to react to reports of suspicious activity in real time.
Patches, security policies and system settings must be monitored and applied in real-time automatically across every machine.
The IU Cybersecurity Clinic will help organizations better manage cyberattacks, protect intellectual property and improve privacy.
Of the machines used without voter verified paper trails in 2018, more than half are found in just three states -- Pennsylvania, Georgia and Texas.
Federal agencies are coming under increasing criticism for their inability to remedy known cybersecurity vulnerabilities.
The Defense Department has developed a device that uses an infrared laser to detect unique cardiac signatures of people 200 meters away.
Agencies must assume they may fall victim to an attack and make adequate investments in data storage and disaster recovery technologies.
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