Cybersecurity

Latest guidance outlines customer responsibilities for software security

The guide provides recommendations for software supply chain security throughout the product lifecycle, from procurement to deployment.

Emerging Tech

White House launches post-quantum cryptography migration

New guidance from the Office of Management and Budget outlined the initial steps for migrating high-risk systems to quantum-resistant algorithms.

Cybersecurity

Groups at risk for hate crimes can tap new cyber funds

Nonprofits applying for funding to combat hate crimes in New York can now include cybersecurity projects in their applications.

Cybersecurity

Automation key to vulnerability management, CISA says

By automating vulnerability disclosure, organizations can more easily categorize their exposure and limit impacts.

Cybersecurity

Emerging tech can protect critical infrastructure from cyberattacks

A cyber-resilient digital infrastructure requires a combination of emerging technologies and risk mitigation, DARPA and CISA officials advise.

Cybersecurity

Securing IoT requires government, industry collaboration

As government looks to adopt procurement regulations for internet-connected devices, industry stakeholders are skeptical.

Cybersecurity

CISA director: Big tech shouldn’t charge extra for event logging

The agency has promised to measure the success of efforts to steer major software providers toward the inclusion of logging and other basic security features in their products “by default,” but has said little about how it actually intends to do that.

Cybersecurity

State, universities team up for local gov cyber assessments

The Indiana Office of Technology joined with Indiana University and Purdue University on a four-year effort to help ensure local governments have adequate defenses.

Cloud & Infrastructure

CISA seeks feedback on baseline measures to secure cloud configuration

Initial baselines address Microsoft services, and baselines for configuring rival services from Google are up next. 

Cybersecurity

CISA to focus on water, education and health sectors over the next year

The agency contributed to the release of security requirements for the transportation sector this week and is expected to issue cross-sector performance goals for critical infrastructure companies’ voluntary adoption next week.

Cybersecurity

Amid ongoing cyber threats, one county moves toward a 24/7 operations center

The Universal Services department in Harris County, Texas, hopes to open the center in FY 2023, as attacks can come from anywhere, at any time.

Cybersecurity

Consumer cyber hygiene makes significant gains, report shows

Over the last three years, more consumers are using strong passwords, enabling multifactor authentication and blocking location-tracking services.

Cybersecurity

NSA releases post-quantum algorithms, aims for full implementation by 2035

The National Security Agency worked in conjunction with NIST to prepare stakeholders for upcoming quantum cryptographic requirements. 

Cybersecurity

NSF invests $25.4M into cybersecurity and privacy research projects

The awardees will aim to strengthen open-source supply chain security, increase computing privacy for marginalized populations and ensure trustworthy cloud computing.

Cybersecurity

Strategy aims to secure grid and strengthen cyber resilience

Incorporating cyber technology early in the engineering process will help the energy industry reduce risk from foreign actors, according to a new report from the Department of Energy.

Cybersecurity

CISOs think they aren’t getting enough cyber investment, survey says

The survey indicates cyber concerns do not always resonate with C-suite decision makers.

Cybersecurity

New DOJ guidance on key hacking law creates carve out for security researchers

Nearly a decade after the death of open-access advocate Aaron Schwartz, his legacy is still playing out in cybersecurity policy.

Cybersecurity

Legislation promoting cyber collaboration between DHS and states awaits Biden signature

The legislation would improve information sharing between federal cybersecurity authorities and state and local governments.

Cybersecurity

Survey: 93% of Americans fear cyber warfare against U.S.

A consumer survey suggests Americans are taking some steps to prepare for possible cyber warfare.

Cloud & Infrastructure

NIST is building a 5G network to model cybersecurity for operators

NIST's draft publication is designed to clarify how cloud security capabilities can help protect a 5G network.

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