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Cybersecurity Series: The Identity Initiative

The future of digital identity, access management and privacy

Cybersecurity guidance needs to be designed so small organizations can easily identify next steps to take, and awareness campaigns should put practices into language layfolk can understand, experts say.
One year after the Colonial Pipeline hack — and the IST Ransomware Task Force's report — attacks remain frequent. But the government is making strides and recognizing the issue as a national security matter.
Issues ranging from severe paper shortages to cyber threats and disinformation are looming ahead of the 2022 elections, threatening voter confidence. Officials shared their concerns with members of the U.S. Senate May 19.
Organizations — federal and otherwise — that have certain VMware products connected to the Internet should act as if they’ve been compromised, the Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency said in a May 18 alert.
The software, which has been used by government agencies, is raising questions among Democratic lawmakers around whether the company misled consumers and agencies about the scope of the verification technology.
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Biometric authentication technology can secure access to information online. Many people have reservations about biometrics, myths about data usage and the technology.
Digital identity is complex, particularly when verifying for government agencies. To understand the constantly changing identity landscape, it is important to consider five critical factors that have shaped government verification requirements.
What cyber security threats should enterprises look out for in 2022?
The pandemic has pushed the focus of cyber criminals to the “work at home” infrastructure as many companies and governments moved to the cloud for their digital operations and employees worked from home.
5 ways to come back stronger with automation and hybrid cloud infrastructure.
Cyber threats across commercial and government enterprises appear to be so common that seldom do we see major stories on the topic. The past couple of weeks were an exception, as gas stations along the East Coast ran out of fuel supplies, thanks to the paralyzing cyberattack on null
Digital transformation has become a ubiquitous term in the business world in recent years, but it’s not happening solely in the private sector. Agencies across federal, state, and local governments have taken steps to adopt new technologies and modernize IT so they can better perform their work.