Modernizing approaches to software security leads to better detecting vulnerabilities and preventing zero-day incidents like the SolarWinds attack.
SBOMs and transparency are key to resilient cybersecurity models.
The agency is looking to implement large-scale information security reforms designed to meet White House goals and counter an evolving threat landscape.
The recent executive order has given shape to a broader move across federal agencies away from a reliance on perimeter security.
As federal agencies embark on larger cloud transformation programs, government technology leaders are paying attention to the foundations for building in comprehensive cybersecurity.
Tech modernization and the demands of the COVID-19 pandemic have pushed major agencies to embrace IT security that protects against newfound vulnerabilities.
SolarWinds, CISA and the White House issued new information regarding the state of cyber and advised how to better secure critical infrastructure.
DHS and CISA want to lead the federal register and private industry by example.
DHS is working to secure supply chains and leverage new standardization to protect IT networks.
FDA is tackling security measures for the health technologies it regulates.
Cybersecurity tools and research are the Critical Infrastructure Resilience Institute's specialty.
An Atlantic Council leader advocates for greater empowerment of the CISO role.
Federal cybersecurity experts emphasize the importance of capabilities like zero trust to prevent future breaches.
NASA, State Department and USPTO leadership are approaching technology with consideration of preventing a major security breach.
House Republicans are calling for more congressional oversight of IT modernization and cybersecurity.
CISA aims to prevent major supply chain security incidents like the SolarWinds breach from happening again.