This special edition post presents an innovative technology solution with policy-based governance to automate the process mitigating the security concerns for containers.
The Government Accountability Office is planning to release a report in early fiscal 2022 about the cybersecurity impacts of technologies adopted in response to the pandemic.
NCCoE Learning Series Fireside Chat—Federal Government Perspectives on Managing Supply Chain Cybersecurity Risks to Computing Devices
The White House hosted a Cybersecurity Summit this week with leaders from approximately 40 companies with a footprint within the cybersecurity world.
The National Cybersecurity Center of Excellence (NCCoE) has finalized a new guide, NIST Special Publication (SP) 1800-13, Mobile Application Single Sign-On: Improving Authentication for Public Safety First Responders. This work was done in collaboration with the NIST Public Safety Communications Research (PSCR) Division.
To help federal agencies follow an executive order, Microsoft is designing examples of Zero Trust architecture.
Microsoft is working with NIST’s National Cybersecurity Center of Excellence (NCCoE) on the Implementing a Zero Trust Architecture Project to develop practical, interoperable approaches to designing and building Zero Trust architectures
Today, Microsoft has revealed how it is collaborating with federal agencies to drive the adoption of Zero Trust models under a recent Presidential Executive Order (EO).
According to Hornet Security, energy was the top target for cyberattacks in 2019. The sector accounted for 16% of attacks worldwide. Typical threats in the energy sector include ransomware, data theft, internal bad actors, and billing fraud.
Bill Harrod, federal chief technology officer for Ivanti, spoke with ExecutiveBiz for its latest Executive Spotlight interview discussing how the company’s recent acquisitions, including the recent purchase of RiskSense, have impacted the development of ransomware and cyber threat solutions, the challenges of merging company cultures and advancing zero-trust architecture.
The National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) National Cybersecurity Center of Excellence (NCCoE) is bringing together a best-of-breed to build a team of zero trust leaders for a cooperative research and development project titled, 'Implementing a Zero Trust Architecture.' The goal of the project is to build zero trust cybersecurity architectures to help organizations mitigate cybersecurity risk. After all, zero trust is a team sport.