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Zero trust: Evolving government security

FedScoop is excited to launch a special report examining the federal government's adoption of zero-trust cybersecurity. The report, which will be updated in the weeks following its initial publication, explores the evolution of zero-trust security architectures in the federal government as it operates more and more decentralized networks with users accessing data and services from the cloud. Read the special report.

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New cybersecurity official at DHS

The Department of Homeland Security has a new CISO. Kenneth Bible has joined DHS after a long tenure with the Marine Corps, most recently as its deputy CIO. Billy Mitchell has more.

Federal courts are latest apparent victim of SolarWinds hack

The federal judiciary's electronic filing system is the latest apparent victim of the SolarWinds breach, the Administrative Office of the U.S. Courts said Thursday. In response, the judiciary shut down use of the SolarWinds Orion software, and made it so highly sensitive sealed filings couldn't be uploaded to the electronic case management system. The investigation into the compromise is ongoing, the office said. More from Tim Starks on CyberScoop.

Fewer bid protests last year

Last year the Government Accountability Office saw fewer bid protests, and the ones that were filed were more successful. The office received 2,149 cases over the year, down 2% from the 2,198 filed the year prior, according to the annual bid protest report to Congress filed in late December. This continues a downward trend in the number of bid protests filed by industry, with a peak of 2,789 cases filed in 2016. Sara Wilson has more.


Authentication tools alone will not be enough to secure networks

Remote work conditions in 2020 underlined deficiencies in PIV authentication, and the need to improve zero-trust security, says Duo Security’s IT security leader. Bryan Rosensteel discusses dynamic authentication controls and how agencies can implement modern authentication strategies in the coming year. Read more from Rosensteel.

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