FCC faces long road in stripping Chinese tech from US telecom networks
Gear from Chinese companies is ubiquitous on U.S. networks even after order clamping down on firms like Huawei and ZTE.
How the cyber incident reporting law could finally fix the information sharing problem
CISA must to navigate a litany of federal laws and organizations with varying maturity to implement the cyber reporting law.
Watchdog: Agency overseeing cybersecurity for offshore energy falling short
The Government Accountability Office said that a worst-case scenario for an offshore oil and gas facility could lead to fatalities.
Amid election conspiracy theories, CISA says there's no credible threat to voting equipment
CISA Director Jen Easterly said the administration is "concerned" about foreign influence during the upcoming elections.
CISA's critical infrastructure performance goals win praise, but questions remain about effectiveness
The performance goals that industrial cybersecurity experts welcomed could be overshadowed by incoming mandates.
CISA announces cybersecurity performance goals for critical infrastructure
The voluntary goals are meant to be a starting guide for critical infrastructure in both IT and OT environments.