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Ransomware-related filings skyrocketed in the second half of 2021, costing U.S. critical infrastructure more than $1 billion in ransomware payments.
The final episode in this miniseries explores ransomware trends and strategies from CISA's perspective.
A new tool is helping the U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement address the latest rise in cybercrimes by quickly identifying bad actors before they’re able to majorly disrupt an agency’s infrastructure.
New guidance is safeguarding retirement benefits and personal information.
FBI is collaborating with industry partners on ransomware investigations and mitigation.
FBI Director Christopher Wray is focused on taking action against cyber adversaries.
The second episode in the CyberCast Ransomware Miniseries dives into how FDA is protecting hospital networks and patient data from evolving cybersecurity threats.
The first episode in the CyberCast Ransomware Miniseries takes a look at ransomware threats facing the Defense Industrial Base.
Newly organized portfolio management office helps prioritize and align all zero trust efforts across DOD.
Division Assistant Director Bryan Vorndran sees a growing cyber workforce and improved avenues of collaboration as key.
CISA encourages all organizations to report immediately and maintain consistent communication until cyber incidents are resolved.
There are underlying biases that impact levels of recruitment ultimately affecting the cybersecurity workforce.
Cyber organizations are adopting zero trust and access management solutions to combat new ransomware threats.
The service's cyber chief says identity management is key to fulfilling a zero trust strategy.
The agency is emphasizing its role to provide tools and capabilities to federal government for countering threats.
DOJ, FBI and CISA unpack how they’re leveraging government, industry and international partnerships to mitigate ransomware attacks.
The agency's cyber sprints are accelerating collaboration and cybersecurity across various sectors.
The federal agency is collaborating with other local governments to prevent future cyber attacks.
Tech modernization and the demands of the COVID-19 pandemic have pushed major agencies to embrace IT security that protects against newfound vulnerabilities.
More education and information-sharing will boost the fight against ransomware, according to federal cyber leaders.