Our problem with cybersecurity is we are spending billions of dollars on prevention and enforcement and not enough on education. Sound familiar?
The SIGNAL Blog
At a time when the U.S. critical infrastructure is at its most vulnerable point, the Department of Homeland Security is moving away from cooperation and coordination with the private sector.
The OPM breach should serve as a wake-up call for the government to take specific measures to protect its most valuable assets—its people and their information.
The intelligence community needs to change with the times—nothing unusual about that. But, what does it hold onto and where does it let go? The process for determining these choices is as important as its consequences.
NIST published today its final guidelines for federal agencies to use when they provide unclassified but sensitive information to nonfederal workers, such as contractors or universities that work with the government.
AFCEA presents awards to three individuals for innovative cyber technology solutions during a ceremony at the Defensive Cyber Operations Symposium. The winners were selected from 50 entries in AFCEA's Cyber Solutions Showcase.
Speakers and panelists at day one of the AFCEA International Defensive Cyber Operations Symposium outline goals and offer predictions, and the director of DISA releases an updated strategic plan for the agency.