Why patch management now takes agencies 20 days instead of 149
CISA boosted efficiency with a binding operational directive, one of several guidances it's issued to improve cybersecurity risk postures governmentwide.
DHS preps launch of Cyber Talent Management System
The department requested $11.4 million in fiscal 2020 to fund the launch of a modernized personnel system.
Feds cyber intel sharing experiment faces an uphill battle, experts say
The Cybersecurity Information Sharing Act, or CISA, a piece of legislation intended to create a working cyber threat intelligence sharing channel between major enterprises and the federal government, is facing an uphill battle to become a widely adopted platform, according to a panel of prominent cybersecurity executives representing Citi Bank, AT&T and Beacon Strategies.
Report: Industry eager to receive, hesitant to share cyber threat data
A n Intel Security survey illuminated several barriers to effective CTI collaboration
Sen. Johnson: Congress ‘way behind’ on cyber knowhow
The chairman of the Senate Committee on Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs said Congress is way behind on cybersecurity knowhow, adding that lawmakers often refrain from taking concrete action because its too difficult to pass meaningful legislation.
Bush calls for NSA to replace DHS in civilian cyber role
The Department of Homeland Security should be stripped of its responsibility to defend civilian U.S. government computer networks in favor of the National Security Agency, GOP presidential candidate Jeb Bush said Thursday night — his second major cybersecurity policy pronouncement this week, and one of several from different candidates at the debates.