With all forms of theft on the rise, government agencies and businesses must take every precaution to secure their workforce and assets. That's why many agencies are utilizing retransfer technology to produce high-security ID cards. Retransfer technology uses a heating process to "print" an image on a security...
Focusing on security features at both the infrastructure and application level isn't enough. Organizations must also consider flaws in their design and implementation. Hackers looking for security flaws within applications often find them, thereby accessing hardware, operating systems and data. These applications are...
Voices in the news: Federal CIO Vivek Kundra, GAO Information Security Issues Director Gregory Wilshusen, Federal Information Security and Privacy Advisory Board Chair Dan Chenok and long-time Defense CISO Robert Lentz.
A review of the June's top news items, featuring the voices of NASA CISO Jerry Davis; Sen. Joseph Lieberman; DHS's Philip Reitinger; Melissa Hathaway; formerly of the White House; and Michael Kaiser of the National Cybersecurity Alliance.
"The cloud is not such a special technology necessarily that it is exempt from a security perspective, but is just another implementation of IT, and is a natural evolution of where we come from," Federal CIO Vivek Kundra says.
The Federal Aviation Administration is inadequately securing medical and personal information on the more than 3 million airmen who it certifies as being fit to operate an aircraft, according to a new report.
Microsoft Federal Chief Technology Officer Susie Adams and Chief Security Officer Bill Billings praise the new Federal Risk and Authorization Management Program that should make cloud computing easier to adopt by government agencies.