Federal Cybersecurity News and Analysis
News and analysis covering cybersecurity across the U.S. federal government. The increasing digitization of vital information and government services has left key agencies correspondingly vulnerable to data breach by rogue actors and U.S. adversaries. This imperative to safeguard federal IT against malicious intrusion has motivated decision-makers across federal agencies to continue applying breaking cybersecurity methods to core systems.
The agency is working on the methodology behind implementing robust strategies to secure its systems and supply chain.
The military branches are coming together to make artificial intelligence capacities to support decision-making a reality.
Agency leaders are pushing forth on security strategies for zero trust architecture amid new guidance.
Cyber incident reporting takes center stage as federal cyber leaders tackle recent security incidents.
Agencies address how they’re implementing robust cybersecurity frameworks to align with the recent cybersecurity executive order.
Clare Martorana wants to focus on cybersecurity, technology modernization and improved services to the American public.
New cloud efforts will enable unified but distinct military operations in joint domain operations.
Software supply chain risk management and continuous monitoring are key strategies for maintaining a strong cyber posture in the cloud.
Zero trust and infrastructure security measures gain traction across government.
Tech modernization and the demands of the COVID-19 pandemic have pushed major agencies to embrace IT security that protects against newfound vulnerabilities.
Federal cybersecurity leaders are seeking to protect critical assets through supply chain security and new standards.
The White House's cyber chief outlined some of his priorities as he works to stand up and define how the new office will collaborate on a cybersecurity strategy.
Cybersecurity is a challenge in hybrid cloud environments with disparate missions.
The newly announced joint cyber effort is the latest in a series of new initiatives aimed at securing agencies, with CISA leading that way.
Best practices include multi-factor authentication and a 'least-privileged' model of managing mobile functions and protecting data.
From buzzword to White House imperative, zero trust can be a confusing but necessary concept for security strategies.
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.
Federal agencies can start by applying a zero trust security model to cloud operations.