The Department of Defence has renewed its annual software subscription licence for the NC Protect product through archTIS subsidiary Nucleus Cyber.
The US Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency's National Risk Management Center has a new taskforce aimed at building a cyber-risk measurement framework.
US President-elect Joe Biden has announced US$9bn in funding for an initiative aimed at improving cybersecurity across the federal government.
The UK Police National Commissioner has attributed the accidental loss of 150,000 police records from the Police National Computer on a coding error.
The US National Association of State Chief Information Officers is calling for harmonised federal cybersecurity regulations in its 2021 federal advocacy priorities.
The US General Services Administration plans to remove most drones from its procurement contract list due to the dominance of Chinese manufacturers.
The NSW Auditor-General has identified a number of shortcomings in Service NSW's handling of personal data prior to and after two breaches last year.
The US government has passed legislation designed to facilitate increased adoption of the .gov domain at all levels of government.
Australian government agencies are still showing very poor levels of compliance with the requirement to adopt the Essential Eight threat mitigation strategies.
Australia's government sector was the second most targeted industry sector by cyber attackers during 2019, according to NTT.
The Australian Cyber Security Centre has updated the Information Security Registered Assessor Program with new requirements for assessors.
The ACSC is urging organisations to immediately patch instances of the SolarWinds Orion monitoring software after it was compromised in a state-sponsored attack.
The Australian and US armies are collaborating to develop a virtual cyber training range for real-world defensive missions.