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National Cyber Leader Ponders Response Vectors to Cyber Adversaries

Chris Inglis, national cyber director, discusses cybersecurity challenges with Suzanne Kelly, CEO and publisher, The Cipher Brief, at the 2021 Intelligence and National Security Summit.

Changing cyber attackers' "thought calculus" is high on his list to accomplish.

 

Air Force to Reclassify Cyberspace Support Career Fields

Chief Master Sgt. Denzil Hellesen, USAF (c), 3D0XX career field manager, speaks to other cyber career field leaders during a meeting at Sheppard Air Force Base, Texas, on August 23. Leaders held a week-long conference to discuss how to transform the service’s cyberspace career fields to advance Air Force cyber capabilities. Credit: U.S. Air Force photo by John Ingle

The move aims to create more versatile cyberspace career airmen, training and curriculum.

 

DISA Plans No Pressure on Thunderdome

Credit: Gerd Altmann/Pixabay

Thunderdome is the Defense Information Systems Agency's solution for zero trust.

 

Following the Money: Financial System Integrity Makes Identity a National Security Issue

Kay Turner, senior counselor for digital identity, inclusion and payment infrastructure to the director of the Financial Crimes Enforcement Network, addresses the virtual 2021 Federal Identity Forum.

The threat to the integrity of the U.S. and global financial system posed by the crisis in online identity is a national security issue.

 

Ensuring the Feasibility of Zero Trust

The 16th Air Force’s 688th Cyberspace Wing is making sure the operational and engineering aspects of missions and base operations work with zero trust.

 

DISA Harnesses AI to Boost Cyber Defense

The Defense Information Systems Agency’s Emerging Technology Directorate is beginning a new pilot program to look at how well artificial intelligence and machine learning can be applied to automate aspects of cyber defense. Credit: Shutterstock/cybrain

The combat support agency is testing proof of concepts for artificial intelligence-related cybersecurity.




Cyber Resources

Public-Private Partnerships Key To Combatting Cyberthreats

Adopting a security by design approach is helping SolarWinds improve its security while also promoting supply chain security with its customers. ...
 

The Cyber Edge October 2021

Coast Guard Embarks on Cyber Offense. The service blends its traditional maritime roles with expanded digital strengths to thwart adversaries. ...
 

Air Force IT modernization aims to streamline, speed up operations

The U.S. Air Force IT enterprise deals with a range of needs, from managing services such as help desk tickets to managing major initiatives such as cybersecurity and cloud migration programs. Governa ...
 

AFCEA TechNet Augusta Solutions Abstract

With assistance from the U.S. Army Cyber Center of Excellence and industry experts, TechNet Augusta 2021 is designed to open the lines of communication and facilitate networking, education and problem ...
 

Why Small Businesses Need Easy, Simple, Effective, and Accessible DNS Protection.

Small businesses are beginning to feel the pressure of CMMC compliance. After numerous webinars and roundtable discussions on strategy and what-ifs, it's time to discuss tactics and how we get this do ...
 

Cybersecurity Risk vs. Compliance: What is the Difference and Why It Matters

Cybersecurity for computer networks and systems just keeps getting tougher every day. New attack vectors and threats occur by the hundreds on a daily basis. Protecting systems and data requires massiv ...
 

On-Demand Webinar: Parsing The White House Executive Order

The recent Executive Order on Improving the Nation's Cybersecurity details six key outcomes that the White House is trying to achieve. Join Netskope's Chief Evangelist, Bob Gilbert, in this on-demand ...
 

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