Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA)
Are zero trust, IoT the next TIC 3.0 use cases?
CISA's guidance should be finalized faster than its predecessor, opening the door to four more potential use cases, said the TIC program manager.
Personal CDM data could be used ‘inappropriately’ when integrators are involved
Third-party contractors are prohibited from using or sharing data collected with CISA in their task orders, but that's no guarantee.
DHS conducting market research for cloud-based vulnerability disclosure platform
DHS wants "a software-as-a-service web application that serves as the primary point of entry for vulnerability reporters to alert the government of potential issues on federal information systems for those agencies that participate in the platform."
2019 in review: CDM program continues to wait for nod from Congress
The program, which the Department of Homeland Security uses to monitor and protect federal networks, is adding more data and connections all the time. Congress enters another year without giving it official legislative authority.
CISA releases draft TIC 3.0 guidance approving more use cases
OMB tasked DHS with leading ongoing efforts to approve new TIC 3.0 use cases and phase out dated ones.
CISA’s Brian Harrell on protecting critical infrastructure
Harrell spoke with FedScoop at the 2019 Public Sector Innovation Summit.