RSA Conference

The government’s struggle to simplify its cybersecurity


Cybersecurity simplicity is not that simple withing government.

Software vulnerability disclosures by NSA will continue under Trump, officials say


The disclosure process that governs how and when federal agencies should tell tech firms about flawed computer code is in no immediate danger of termination under the Trump administration, current and former U.S. officials said.

RSA wrapup: Private sector feels burned by feds


In direct conversations with FedScoop as well as idle chatter heard at industry parties, the private sector is running out of patience with the federal government’s understanding and efforts in cybersecurity.

Survey: Only 1 in 7 CISOs has access to CEO


The disconnect between chief information security officers and the executive suite, while narrowing, remains dangerously wide, according to a new survey that found only 1 in 7 CISOs report directly to their CEO.

New group presses U.S. leaders to balance privacy, security


The group includes leaders from major cybersecurity and privacy firms as well as former government officials