Biden’s DHS pick was a ‘quick study’ of cybersecurity issues as the department’s deputy
"He recognizes he’s not a cyber expert, but he goes to those who help him make informed decisions," said Greg Touhill, a former senior DHS official.
Pentagon's initiative for Black cyber students met with cautious optimism
The program sounds good. But does it have teeth?
NSA aims to boost Black students' access to security education, paid internships
The spy agency is trying to improve equitable access to robust cybersecurity education, mentoring and paid internships.
Why the FBI’s cyber attachés are so valuable
A cyber attaché being stationed with the host country’s counterparts provides quicker access to information that would otherwise be buried in a bureaucratic approval process.
Cybersecurity report shows an increase in cyberthreats during pandemic
Surges in collaboration tool use and cloud demands open enterprise networks to new risks and threat actors are taking notice, a new McAfee report finds.
This matters more: How cyber pros are confronting racism in their own ranks, and beyond
The past week has forced the cybersecurity community to look inward and consider how its skills can secure more than computers.