How to secure distributed organizations, protect sensitive information and comply with regulation
With $1 billion in infrastructure spending, the nation’s patchwork of state and local governments is about to get a major security boost.
Megan Brown, a former counsel to the U.S. attorney general, parses the complex ethical, logistical, and regulatory aspects.
U.S. cybersecurity officials have directed all federal agencies to patch hundreds of known vulnerabilities. That’s just a start. Here’s what else they need to do.
National cybersecurity should not be left to a set-it-and-forget-it tool.
Ash Carter speaks out about what the U.S. could—and should—do to protect itself from nation-state cyberattacks by Russia, China, Belarus, and others.
Federal agencies must act fast to fix nearly 300 active cybersecurity vulnerabilities. Here’s how.
Ahead of a simulated attack on the North American energy grid, utilities should review their cyberdefenses and ensure their networks have maximum protection year-round.
To combat cyberwarfare and to manage industry protocols, suppliers look to cybersecurity best practices.
Chief information security officers are in big demand, commanding top salaries and a direct line to the CEO. Here’s what employers and candidates need to know.
Endpoint detection and response (EDR) platforms have given many organizations a false sense of security. Here’s where EDRs fall short and how you can improve your cyber readiness.