Software supply chain risk management and continuous monitoring are key strategies for maintaining a strong cyber posture in the cloud.
Federal cybersecurity leaders are seeking to protect critical assets through supply chain security and new standards.
From buzzword to White House imperative, zero trust can be a confusing but necessary concept for security strategies.
Federal agencies have refined their cybersecurity practices to adapt to both newfound threats and the broad shift to remote work.
Agencies can approach security in hybrid cloud environments, including SaaS and IaaC.
Officials from CISA, GSA and NIST say information sharing will be key to managing security risks in the supply chain.
Continuous monitoring of assets on a cloud server amplify security and privacy.
Leaders discuss execution of cybersecurity is just as important as modernized systems.
Frameworks including zero trust and edge security can vastly improve government cybersecurity.
For many agencies, extended telework policies may require reevaluation of cyber risk posture.
The newly released guidelines aim to uphold government cybersecurity amidst the COVID-19 pandemic.
One month on, mobile device security and video-teleconferencing platforms enter the spotlight.
Forward-thinking agencies face fewer vulnerabilities as attacks ramp up in intensity.
The agency encourages organizations to engage with the framework and contribute to the standards' evolution.
The agency is aiming to advance and address the accuracy and privacy concerns of its biometrics system.
CIOs and CISOs should have a role in driving policy changes and technical changes.
The standards agency is looking to combine private-public partnerships with a regimented approach to the internet of things.
Talking through metrics any DevOps organization should consider adopting.
Agencies across the federal government offer programs to stoke interest in federal cybersecurity careers.