HHS is trying to expand its search for a cyber workforce to directly target underrepresented demographics as it endeavors to fill the 30 percent vacancy rate in its cyber workforce.
Last year, nearly all of the 24 big departments and agencies had problems with cybersecurity in all of the control areas, according to a new GAO report.
Amid a new push to “accelerate” commercial cloud adoption, the Defense Department is in talks with commercial industry to find ways to smooth its cloud security approval process.
RSA Senior Director Peter Tran encourages agencies to take a risk-based approach to cybersecurity.
Federal websites now enjoy visits from at least 44 percent of Americans. Yet there’s a credibility problem when it comes to protection of personal information.
In today’s Federal Newscast, the Office of Management and Budget wants agencies to use the new approach for measuring cyber risk to see where they stand for 2018.
The IRS stopped more than 880,000 confirmed ID theft returns in calendar 2016.
GAO found that most CFO Act agencies still have major weaknesses in information security areas like access control, and have not implemented hundreds of GAO and IG recommendations.
For cities around the world, the demand for cybersecurity products and services has produced a mini economic boom.
How is technology changing the way government operates? Find out when Dcode Founder & CEO Meagan Metzger, and Thresher CEO Rebecca Fair join host John Gilroy on this week’s Federal Tech Talk. October 17, 2017
The Homeland Security Department issued its sixth Binding Operational Directive telling agencies to implement new security protocols.
The ruling only addresses the year-long contract, not the most recent short-term bridge contract between Equifax and IRS.
Cyber attacks travel at the speed of light and nothing the military has can keep up, least of all the acquisition process.
The Federal Risk Authorization Management Program (FedRAMP) estimates the cost to implement NIST SP 800-53 Revision 5 to be in the millions.
John Zangardi, the acting DoD chief information officer, signed a memo outlining a new process for securing mission-critical mobile apps.