Defending the remote workforce against enterprise cyberattacks
An increase in remote workers offers adversaries more opportunities to exploit vulnerabilities, but DNS security tools can help agencies stem attacks at the edge, says security expert.
Survey indicates federal agencies lack adequate planning to recover from ransomware attacks
Federal agencies risk losing or compromising critical data from ransomware attacks if they don’t have sufficient policies and recovery systems in place, new study finds.
NIST drafts enhanced cyber standards for defense contractors
NIST published a draft of new cybersecurity guidelines for defense contractors, a key attack point for adversaries seeking government secrets and IP.
Why agencies are shifting from cyberdefense to digital resilience
A new report highlights what’s driving agencies to move beyond protecting their networks and focus more on how to sustain operations during attacks.
The challenge of cybersecurity draws the public and private sectors closer, U.S. CISO says
Cybersecurity is a two-headed problem of finding the right people and the right tools. The public and the private sectors are trying to tackle it together.
Proposed ‘hacking back’ bill is gaining traction, lawmaker says
Rep. Tom Graves, R-Ga., recently proposed a bill that would allow companies victimized by cyber attacks to take “active cyber defense measures” is now gaining bipartisan support, according to the congressman.