New-era authentication key widens trusted access to federal resources
As FIDO2 authentication standards grow in popularity, agencies that still depend on PKI cards need more flexible approaches to authentication, says new report.
Biden cyber executive order reignites push to cloud, zero trust
The Biden administration issued a long-awaited cybersecurity executive order Wednesday that, among other things, requires federal agencies to develop an implementation plan for a zero-trust architecture for security.
GSA extends login.gov access to states and localities
A caveat: Authentication and identity proofing services must be used to access federally funded programs.
Industry urges agencies to accelerate zero trust adoption after SolarWinds hack
Zero-trust security couldn't stop the SolarWinds hack, but it could, and did, mitigate the damage, according to cyber experts.
VA looks beyond multi-factor authentication to secure extended telework
For the VA, multifactor authentication has been around for years. But the pandemic is now pushing the agency to fully embrace it and think beyond.
DISA expands cloud services, endpoint security as telework continues
The agency wants to expand the tools and services in its cloud service, milDrive, to make it a "one-stop-shop" for any storage needs.