Google poll targets Microsoft’s stronghold on government
Google claims there's a growing "monoculture" of Microsoft software used in government that makes federal agencies more vulnerable to cyberattacks.
Industry seeks consensus on government’s secure software compliance process
Companies want clarification from government over what specific artifacts and metadata it wants to assess.
CISA will control .gov domains by late April
The General Services Administration is seamlessly transferring management of the critical infrastructure after more than 20 years.
Basic cybersecurity standards must start with procurements, experts say
Agencies will avoid becoming victims of future hacks, like the one SolarWinds experienced, by considering the risks of software before they buy.
DHS orders agencies to patch faster
DHS’s Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency now gives agencies 15 days after discovery to fix vulnerabilities deemed critical.
DHS’s NCCIC operations moved temporarily after storms in Virginia
Several key Department of Homeland Security cybersecurity services were disrupted last week after the Northern Virginia building they're housed in lost power during bad storms.