Tags National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST)

The Pentagon may require vendors certify their software is free of known flaws. Experts are split.

by Suzanne Smalley

The debate is over whether the provision is unrealistic or if it's a game changing move to cut down on software vulnerabilities.

After years of work, Congress passes 'internet of things' cybersecurity bill — and it's kind of a big deal

by Tim Starks

Sens. Mark Warner and Cory Gardner teamed up with Reps. Robin Kelly and Will Hurd to get significant cybersecurity legislation across the finish line.

DHS memo: 'Significant' security risks presented by online voting

by Sean Lyngaas

The advisory is perhaps the federal government’s sternest official warning yet against online voting.

Election commission hires cybersecurity expert to help states with 2020 infrastructure

by Sean Lyngaas

Joshua Franklin has been working as an election security advocate for years, drawing attention to the issue at hacking conferences.

NSA-approved cybersecurity law and policy course now available online

by Shannon Vavra

The course, which can be accessed through Penn State University, touches on international and domestic cybersecurity law, cyber risk and other technical details.

NIST is preparing guidance on how to share .zip files in a more secure way

by Shannon Vavra

Just because you compressed hundreds of files into a single folder doesn't mean that's secure. And now Sen. Ron Wyden is worried.

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