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The ramifications of not having tight controls over sensitive data are dramatic, Navy Under Secretary Thomas Modly said.
Government researchers are looking for ways to automatically inspect artificial intelligence and machine learning systems to see if they've been tampered with.
The Trump administration issued an executive order featuring a rotational assignment program and a cybersecurity competition.
By understanding election system vulnerabilities, recruiting and training IT staff and working with federal partners, election officials can improve the integrity of the American electronic voting process.
While states try to boost their 2020 readiness, Mueller’s description of Russian interference is a reminder of the threat to the nation’s 8,000 election offices.
Federal agencies have just 15 days to patch critical IT vulnerabilities, according to a new Binding Operational Directive issued by the Department of Homeland Security.
The research arm of DHS is looking to add cybersecurity tools for existing and emerging wireless protocols to its arsenal of network protection capabilities.
Over $2.7 billion was lost to cyber crime in 2018, according to the FBI's latest annual Internet Crime Report.
The voluntary public-private information-sharing program facilitates better situational awareness about IT security threats to unclassified contractor networks and information systems.
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