NIST’s National Cybersecurity Center of Excellence published a one-page flyer about data protection
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NIST’s National Cybersecurity Center of Excellence published a one-page flyer about data protection designed to help managed service providers withstand ransomware attacks.
Greene talked with Fifth Domain by phone on April 10 about some of his goals for the NCCoE as well as a few projects he’s most excited about.
As telework surges in the public sector, IT leaders are warning users that disruption of normal work processes has created wide avenues for malicious third parties to access and exploit government systems through web conferencing vulnerabilities.
On the heels of a recent FBI alert on Zoom bombing, federal agencies are warning staff to be on the lookout for signs that their remote collaboration tools are being attacked or compromised by hackers.
Jeff Greene on Mitigating Work-at-Home Risks During COVID-19 Pandemic
With seemingly everyone teleworking, the only way people can meet is through some awkward application or another. Teleconferencing can also mean fresh cybersecurity challenges. To help, the National Institute of Standards and Technology has rushed out some guidelines.
The National Institute of Standards and Technology’s (NIST) National Cybersecurity Center of Excellence (NCCoE) is seeking vendors and interested collaborators to participate in a supply chain project.
A huddle between agencies may have yielded new cybersecurity guidance for teleworking federal employees.
Americans have pivoted quickly to working from home during the COVID-19 crisis. Here are some tips to protect you and your company’s cyber health.