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New guidance offers steps agencies can take address risks in cell phones, PDAs
Established in August, the San Antonio cybersecurity center will be launching by the end of the year.
NIST investigates secure USB flaws, Maryland touted as cybersecurity hub
A new NIST report demonstrates that iris recognition algorithms can maintain their accuracy and interoperability with compact images, affirming their potential for large-scale identity management applications such as the federal Personal Identity Verification program, cyber security and counterterrorism.
OPM is giving agencies until Jan. 15 to report on their cybersecurity workforce hiring needs.
A newly release updates recommendations for how to certify and accredit computer systems as secure.
The state of Maryland has announced plans to be "front and center" among states when it comes to creating federal cybersecurity jobs.
More than 500 local business leaders came out to the U.S. Department of Commerce's National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) headquarters, on March 2, to gain valuable insights on how to successfully do business with NIST and the federal government. The first-ever NIST Industry Day, sponsored by the Montgomery County Chamber of Commerce and its GovConNet program - the Chamber's government contracting network - gave participants a chance to meet face-to-face with key NIST procurement officials and to get an up-close glimpse into the agency's operations.