How automation and user experience has improved digital services at Health and Human Services.
New committee leadership will oversee investments in AI and cybersecurity programs.
Grant Schneider joins Cybercast to discuss the national cyber strategy, acquisition and more.
Assistant Secretary Evans speaks with Cybercast about the next generation of secure energy systems
Federal IT leaders debate the utility of blockchain.
New report finds identity theft, financial and election security among top consumer concerns.
White House and DHS issue new report raising warnings about raising a "world-class cybersecurity workforce."
Report says legacy infrastructure that can’t keep up with cloud needs.
The agency is focused on integrating point solutions, data and next-gen identity tools.
Even the cloud has pot holes
First the National Risk Management Center, now the Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency.
Haiyan Song was named one of the top 50 most powerful women in tech in 2016 and 2017.
“Your risk of being attack isn’t a 9 to 5 thing,” says Threat Researcher Nick Biasini.
Helping agencies understand FedRAMP.
The threats looming in orbit, and the tech needed to thwart them.
It's a game-changing technology, but a locus for cyberattacks.
To make breakthroughs, it has to be adaptive and agile.
How a fake critical infrastructure network shed light on real live cyberthreats.
Another step toward going green.
'Just Fix the Bug, and Nobody Will Get Hurt:' HackerOne’s Mårten Mickos on Bug Bounties and Their Place in Government
Because everyone will be hacked — eventually.
And the methods used typically aren't that sophisticated.
It could play a key role in mitigating bad behavior.
DOJ and civil liberties community don't yet see eye-to-eye on these issues.
Fatigue and frustration magnify the strain.
A whack-a-mole approach doesn't work anymore.
Let's not have machines make life or death decisions, shall we?
And is setting the standards for protecting U.S. critical infrastructure.
“We must move beyond routine information sharing,” said Secretary Kirstjen Nielsen.
Why not turn to the crowd for some ideas?