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Pentagon planning for the next 25 years of cybersecurity

The Pentagon’s undersecretary of research and engineering issued a request for information to build out a roadmap of science and technology activities related to advances in cybersecurity.

DIU looks to automate cyberthreat detection for military IT networks

While the prototype is starting with the AFNET, if it’s successful, DIU is looking to scale it across the military, Jeff Kleck, cyber portfolio director for DIU, told FedScoop.

CISA looks to offer a new DNS resolver to civilian agencies and beyond

CISA wants to limit ransomware, phishing, botnet and malware threats to civilian agencies by rolling out a new Domain Name System resolver service, with a plan to eventually provide it governmentwide.

CMMC looks to clear up questions about cybersecurity assessors

The Accreditation Body (AB) overseeing the Cybersecurity Maturity Model Certification program released videos and requests for information that detail how assessors will be trained and credentialed.

Federal cyber incidents continue downward trend, according to annual FISMA report to Congress

The report — which the Office of Management and Budget sent to the Hill on Wednesday afternoon — shows there were 8% fewer cybersecurity incidents reported in fiscal 2019 across government.

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