Lack of identity engineers hinders agencies’ MFA adoption
A new generation of identity talent is needed to usher in factors beyond PIC and CAC cards, cyber experts say.
NASA agrees to insider threat risk assessment of unclassified systems
The agency plans to determine if the program needs to be expanded to protect more than just classified systems.
Network resiliency is goal of new capacity enhancement guides from CISA
The cyber experts want to expand agencies' abilities to counter phishing, authenticate users, remotely patch vulnerabilities and secure mobile devices.
USAID hit with cyberattack by Russian-backed group Nobelium: Microsoft
Hackers are believed to have accessed the agency's Constant Contact email marketing service account.
CISA issues recommendations to strengthen cloud security
Remote work practices can often expose poor cyber hygiene habits that leave networks vulnerable to phishing and other attacks.
Teleworking brings zero trust to bear at DOD as phishing attacks increase
A "healthy dialog" has been sparked by the need to move to a zero trust security architecture, DOD Deputy CIO CIO John Sherman said.