Four federal agencies have been awarded $311 million to bolster the U.S. government's cyber defenses and address IT modernization challenges, according to the interagency board of the Technology Modernization Fund, a federal funding source, which made the announcement Thursday.
As the Senate Homeland Security Committee considers new cyber rules and regulations for U.S. critical infrastructure, lawmakers heard testimony from CISA's Jen Easterly and National Cyber Director Chris Inglis on Thursday in support of these measures, which include updates to FISMA.
What does the Executive Order on Cybersecurity mean for security teams tasked with protecting endpoints, servers, and network devices? We look at the new Zero Trust requirements, their implications for device integrity and what it takes to identify, verify, and fortify enterprise devices.
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If your solution is out at sea, it’s time to learn more about improving integration. Microsegmentation can allow security architects to divide data centers into unique security segments (as far down as individual workload levels) but requires integration.
Join us in this webinar where Illumio’s Field CTO...
Cybersecurity landscape has changed considerably in recent times. It used to revolve around building a hardened perimeter, and then layering security tools like moats and walls around a castle. This concept made sense when cyberthreats only emerged from outside, and assets lived on premises. Today’s with cloud,...
Explore the shifts in the security landscape that led to the creation of ZeroTrust, what the Zero Trust Extended Ecosystem (ZTX) framework looks like today,
and how organizations can utilize Okta as the foundation for a successful Zero Trust program now, and in the future.
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We are in the midst of a massive paradigm shift in security deployment – one that goes beyond defense-in-depth. Zero Trust builds on the concepts of “don’t trust anyone” (least privilege), “divide and conquer” (network segmentation) and “who-are-you-where-are-you-and-what-are-you-accessing”...
Thought leadership is crucial within the threat intelligence sharing community and developing technologies that easily share and use threat intelligence, as a nation we can help agencies identify and stop attacks aggressively and quickly.
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The pandemic has created the need for rapid digital transformation and the growing trend of working from home is pushing businesses to adopt "zero trust" and implement it within their own organizations, says Bobbet Castillo, chief technology officer and information security officer at Petnet.
Last year, the business community was forced to adapt to a new era of distributed work—and cyber threats have adapted right along with them. Between unsecured home WiFi networks and the rise in personal devices accessing company resources, the opportunities for data theft have risen as teams have dispersed.
The White House is preparing executive branch agencies to adopt "zero trust" network architectures by 2024, with CISA and the OMB overseeing the creation of technology road maps that departments must follow. This is a major component of President Biden's cybersecurity executive order.
Given that budgets and time are finite, how can organizations best identify if their information security strategy is well balanced and appropriate? Nandhini Duraisamy, chief operating officer of Quadron Cybersecurity Services, shares best practices.
To protect manufacturing operations and data, there are some important cybersecurity gaps to address. Cybersecurity company Lookout explains how to close the five most common security gaps in manufacturing, which are created as a result of digital transformation.
In the latest weekly update, four editors at Information Security Media Group discuss important cybersecurity issues, including the evolution of fraud trends and the challenges in implementing the "zero trust" framework in the OT environment.
On one hand, rapid cloud migration has been a boon to financial services organization. But it's also exposed some security weaknesses. Mark Guntrip of Menlo Security days it's time to "defend differently," and the zero trust model is one critical element of that new approach.