CISA expects most agencies to be deploying endpoint detection by FY23

Officials touted the agency's success as civilian cyber operational lead, during a House hearing Tuesday.

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Army secretary looks to hiring flexibilities to boost cyber talent recruitment

by Billy Mitchell • 21 hours ago

Six years since the creation of the DOD Cyber Excepted Service, Secretary Christine Wormuth said the Army still faces a challenge in competing with the private sector for cyber experts.

Tech companies put initial $30M toward securing open source software supply chain

by Dave Nyczepir • 5 days ago

The funding will be spread across 10 streams addressing vulnerabilities and weaknesses.

Half of federal agencies expected to meet all zero trust requirements by 2024 deadline: GDIT

by John Hewitt Jones • 1 week ago

GDIT surveyed 300 federal mission and IT decision-makers on their expectations of meeting zero-trust requirements under Biden's 2021 cybersecurity executive order.

NIST gives agencies new guidance to prepare for next SolarWinds-like hack

by Billy Mitchell • 2 weeks ago

During the 2020 SolarWinds hack, bad actors were able to access thousands of networks inside and outside government.

HHS commits to continuous monitoring, after information security found ‘not effective’

by Dave Nyczepir • 2 weeks ago

HHS is working with the Department of Homeland Security to implement automated CDM tools.

Marines experimenting with defensive cyber teams for reconnaissance

by Mark Pomerleau • 2 weeks ago

II Marine Expeditionary Force Information Group is experimenting with how to use its defensive cyber teams for reconnaissance.