Bill to create DHS cyber agency faces a tough road in the Senate
The bill to create a new cybersecurity agency inside DHS faces a tough climb in the Senate despite bipartisan support, observers and staffers say.
Wyden asks White House to get more involved in boosting election cybersecurity
Wyden says leaving the matter to states "is irresponsible and a total abdication of the federal government’s primary role in matters of national security."
Kirstjen Nielsen confirmed as Homeland Security Secretary
Nielsen's confirmation comes despite criticism on her relative lack of leadership experience, independence and ethics that hampered her nomination process.
It's simple: Follow good cyber hygiene practices
John Felker, head of DHS's NCCIC, talks with Greg Otto on how basic cyber hygiene could alleviate a lot of organizations' cybersecurity problems.
Why is it so hard to sign up for the feds' cyberthreat information sharing program?
Equipping and staffing a large corporation to join DHS's automated cyberthreat-indicator sharing program can be a six- or seven-figure cost.
Why DHS is embracing DMARC
Jeanette Manfra, Assistant Secretary for Cybersecurity and Communications at DHS, talks with Greg Otto about the order that moves federal government email security to adopt the DMARC protocol.