A top Ukrainian intelligence official on the front lines of the cyber war with Russia describes the threat to critical infrastructure and where to go from here.
With the release of the National Cyber Workforce and Education Strategy, the administration and its partners aim to build foundational cyber skills in Americans long-term.
"On this battlefield, the most decisive commodity for improved sustainment is data," Maj. Gen. Mark Simerly said.
The plan is the latest in a series of directives that outline cybersecurity initiatives and responsibilities across 18 federal agencies.
The House and Senate armed services committees approved versions that would impact defense network security, innovation and the workforce.
Cyber experts say Chinese hackers will likely target U.S. critical infrastructure as part of Taiwanese war plans.
U.S. Army Special Operations Command sees information warfare as a competitive advantage in future conflicts.
Edge computing is vital to the warfighter but securing networks and enabling data access at the network edge remain difficult.
DOD wants more visibility into the commercial cloud service provider side, rather than just the customer side.
CISA's Joint Cyber Defense Collaborative will focus on managing and preventing persistent cybersecurity threats, such as supply chain risk and open-source software.
Securing open-source software is a unique challenge, and the federal government is just starting to develop ways to evaluate and minimize security risks associated with its use.
The Technology Modernization Fund will support the Army's Infrastructure Cyber Protection project, which will protect and modernize the Army's critical Infrastructure.
NNSA, an agency with one of the most sensitive missions in government, plans to deploy commercial cloud capabilities for classified systems.
First of its kind strategy will guide the agency in achieving a more robust cybersecurity framework that will reduce risk and improve user experience.
Emerging threats against defense industrial control systems will have serious consequences if not addressed.
AI, zero trust and software modernization highlight an unclassified version of the Defense Department's defense strategy.
CISA is confident in the security and resiliency of election infrastructure, but concerns remain due to a complex threat environment.
The strategy lists secure, survive and strike as the primary principles for defense in cyberspace.
BYOD program will let soldiers and DOD civilians securely access government systems through their personal devices