The Swine Flu, if unchecked, could prove to be the pandemic that industry experts have warned about, and so financial regulators and institutions are preparing for the worst.
This new outbreak, which began in Mexico and has now spread to the US, Canada, several South American countries and parts of Europe and Asia,...
IT security will be center stage in Congress on Tuesday as two Senate panels hold hearings, including one chaired by Sen. Joseph Lieberman, I-Conn. (pictured), and as legislation to update FISMA is expected to be introduced.
Forthcoming reforms to the Federal Information Security Management Act of 2002 are said to improve federal coordination of IT security efforts and provide for greater situational awareness of security threats.
The White House cybersecurity advisor's speech was more warmly greeted 2,800 miles away inside the Beltway than the cool reception it got Wednesday before the RSA Conference at San Francisco's Moscone Center.
On the eve of Melissa Hathaway's long-awaited public comments on her just-completed overview of federal government cybersecurity programs, a panel of experts agreed on a key point: The nation's cybersecurity has to be headquartered in the White House.
"We've got to get it right organizationally," said Sameer...
A military command to coordinate the defense of military computer networks and enhance American offensive ability in a cyber war is being planned by the Obama administration, according to a published report.
The plan would remake how the military would protect Pentagon networks from foreign adversaries and others...
For those who say the National Security Agency wants to take charge of the nation's cybersecurity, the agency's director has a message: You're wrong, says Lt. Gen. Keith Alexander in his RSA Conference keynote address.
New guidance on enterprise password management from the National Institute of Standards and Technology is aimed at helping federal government agencies mitigate common threats against character-based passwords.