Good cyber defense comes down to consistent communication and information-sharing.
Leaders are focused on changing mindsets instead of buying specific tools for zero trust.
Next-generation security and automation could provide DHS with the network security they need as the threat landscape becomes more aggressive and dangerous.
The department is enhancing the way it shares data, best practices and use cases.
Concepts and mandates such as cyber incident reporting, DevSecOps and zero trust only go so far.
Modernizing systems for more mobile environments can ensure efficient applications of AI and biometrics in tandem to pinpoint enemies.
DHS embraces automation on zero trust journey as they continually make efforts to provide their mission space with the capabilities that they need.
CISA encourages federal agencies to adopt a zero trust approach to cybersecurity to prevent cyberattacks.
DevSecOps continues to bring change to government's culture and approach to security.
DHS and USCIS strive to achieve credible, dependable and comprehensive data in order to make informed decisions at strategic and operational levels.
CISA Director Jen Easterly encouraged critical infrastructure organizations and federal agencies to aggressively shore up cyber defenses as Russia bombards Ukrainian critical infrastructure with malware.
Low code and other cloud capabilities are used throughout DOD to ease transformation of digital services development.
Recent lessons learned and efforts to quickly stand up data platforms are contributing to future strategic goals around data.
Use cases for the technology are enabling full national security protections across government.
CIA, CYBERCOM and DHS are integrating new security solutions to mitigate evolving risks.
The agency's cyber sprints are accelerating collaboration and cybersecurity across various sectors.
New workforce initiatives at DOD and DHS aim to drive technology adoption and implementation.
Cyber vulnerabilities in federal agencies' supply chains aren't going away any time soon, and addressing them will take a consistent, concentrated effort.
Federal and industry leaders are bolstering security foundations to protect against evolving ransomware threats.