IoT

House bill would require IoT cybersecurity training for federal employees

by Dave Nyczepir • 2 days ago

The Office of Management and Budget would ensure the training if a new House bill becomes law.

DOD establishing a director role to lead 5G development

by Jackson Barnett • 2 months ago

The position will oversee a new Pentagon initiative to support 5G development.

Internet of Things cybersecurity bill is back with bipartisan support

by Joe Warminsky • 8 months ago

The goal is to ensure that all government agencies are operating under the same set of security guidelines when they buy IoT devices, which have a wide range of civilian and military uses.

How endpoint management tools improve network security and staff workloads

by FedScoop Staff • 11 months ago

The National Park Service’s CIO and an endpoint IT expert share experiences with endpoint management and advise agencies on specifications to consider.

Intelligence agency wants new tech to safeguard future SCIFs from foreign surveillance

by Carten Cordell • 12 months ago

Facing more surveillance tactics from foreign adversaries, IARPA wants new solutions to safeguard the government’s most sensitive meeting sites.

With 5G coming to IoT, Zangardi says the future of cyberdefense is ‘originality’

by Carten Cordell • 2 years ago

As the magnitude of IoT devices increases, the DHS chief information officer said the key ingredient for future cyberdefense will be originality.

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