Leadership from the FBI, NSA and CISA said information-sharing and stakeholder collaboration inform threat intelligence and national security response.
Following the loss of billions of dollars to pandemic-relief fraud, the White House is elevating efforts to combat other fraud in government relief programs.
The agency is expanding cryptocurrency work to crack down on rising digital asset misuse and illegal activity.
Modernizing systems for more mobile environments can ensure efficient applications of AI and biometrics in tandem to pinpoint enemies.
The budget proposal outlines an increase of over $2.6 billion from last year's enacted level.
Division Assistant Director Bryan Vorndran sees a growing cyber workforce and improved avenues of collaboration as key.
The strategy involves working continuously with the customer, starting small and scaling upon success.
The spending boost and new requirement come as U.S. critical infrastructure sectors prepare for more cyberattacks.
The agency kicked off its innovation competition with new RPA initiatives.
Federal cyber leaders clamor for cyber incident reporting legislation amid zero trust implementation.
FBI and DOD say government needs to rethink cyber strategies to keep up with cyber attacks.
DOJ, FBI and CISA unpack how they’re leveraging government, industry and international partnerships to mitigate ransomware attacks.
The newly announced joint cyber effort is the latest in a series of new initiatives aimed at securing agencies, with CISA leading that way.
More education and information-sharing will boost the fight against ransomware, according to federal cyber leaders.
SolarWinds, CISA and the White House issued new information regarding the state of cyber and advised how to better secure critical infrastructure.
Leaders look to newer focuses in securing their ICT supply chains.
The FBI, CISA and ODNI formed a group to address the most significant cyber breach of the U.S. government in years.
Resources and talent only go so far if you're not aware of which systems are most vulnerable and still clicking on phishing emails.
Senior officials from DHS, DOJ and the FBI say smart data practices help them telework more efficiently.