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The Industrial Internet Consortium (IIC) has released its Endpoint Security Best Practices whitepaper aimed at simplifying internet of things (IoT) security.
Details are being revealed about what the Department of Defense (DoD) cybersecurity scorecard 2.0 will look like and how it plans to harness automation to better protect against threats to our infrastructure.
The Wi-Fi Alliance, the global network of organizations working together to bring the world Wi-Fi, announced enhancements to their security measures yesterday that will be available later this year.
A detailed review of hundreds of US Federal websites shows that most sites continue to operate without basic security and technical requirements set by the federal government and leading industry standards.
The National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) has issued a cybersecurity workforce framework to help organizations develop and maintain an effective cyber security workforce.
The U.S. President, Donald Trump, signed an executive order on cybersecurity yesterday, one that has been put on hold since January as agency leaders weighed in on what is acceptable network security for federal agencies and critical infrastructure.
The U.S. National Cybersecurity Center of Excellence (NCCoE) and the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) have released a new guide that observes methods of making email more secure.
The National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) has released its draft guidelines in regards to telecommuting protocol, a much-needed update to the federal agencies original documents drafted back in 2009.
In 2015, social engineering took center stage as hackers shifted from using automated exploits to instead encouraging people to do their dirty work- infecting systems, stealing sensitive credentials, and transferring funds.
Hackers that breached US government databases stole the personal information of at least 21.5 million people, officials said on Thursday.