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The federal agency is collaborating with other local governments to prevent future cyber attacks.
With surges in cyber crime, leaders from across government came together to help both public and private organizations develop cyber strategies.
Agencies are safeguarding data from ransomware and other health sector threats.
Federal cybersecurity experts emphasize the importance of capabilities like zero trust to prevent future breaches.
'Soft skills' are among the top traits for strong cyber leadership, according to federal CISOs.
The COVID-19 pandemic has increased priorities around health information security, crowdsourced penetration testing and collaboration.
The coronavirus pandemic is leading to an increase in cybersecurity attacks and scams.
While the attack was reportedly unsuccessful, federal cybersecurity leads encourage agencies to 'remain vigilant'.
Key takeaways include the value of partnerships and the importance of cloud security training.
'What More Can You Do?' is Christopher Krebs’s Motto Going into 2020.
Cybersecurity leaders across government point to penetration testing as a solution to identifying many IT vulnerabilities.
Assistant Director for Cybersecurity Jeanette Manfra talks through the newest agency's focus areas and mission.
The National Cyber Protection Team leader explains how our nation's military and beyond can stay ahead of security threats.
While mobile devices present greater access for agency workforces, they open up opportunities for cyberattacks.
The nature of AI programs could breed Trojans, a problem the IARPA is addressing with an upcoming program.
White House and DHS issue new report raising warnings about raising a "world-class cybersecurity workforce."
“Your risk of being attack isn’t a 9 to 5 thing,” says Threat Researcher Nick Biasini.
But using a Technology Business Management method is helping.
It's a game-changing technology, but a locus for cyberattacks.
And the methods used typically aren't that sophisticated.