Protecting government agencies from software supply chain attacks—and interrupting the Cyber Kill Chain—requires a concerted effort. Let’s look at three key practices agencies can follow to better protect against the growing threat of supply chain attacks and help ensure the software they procure doesn’t serve as a threat vector. (Courtesy of SolarWinds)

3 Ways Govt IT Pros Can Prevent Software Supply Chain Attacks

Guest OpEd by Brandon Shopp, GVP, Product Strategy, SolarWinds Software supply chain hacks are on the rise. According to the 2022 Verizon® Data Breach Investigations Report, 62% of cyberattacks originate through an...

2022 ‘ASTORS’ a Hit in NYC: Honoring Homeland Security Winners (A-Da)

American Security Today’s Annual ‘ASTORS’ Awards, the preeminent U.S. Homeland Security Awards Program, now in its Seventh Year, continues to recognize industry leaders of Physical and Border Security, Cybersecurity, Emergency Preparedness...
Commissioner Bill Bratton accepts a 2022 'ASTORS' Excellence in Public Safety & Community Resilience Award at the 2022 'ASTORS' Awards Ceremony and Banquet Luncheon in New York City.

2022 ‘ASTORS’ a Hit in NYC: Honoring Homeland Security Winners (De-M)

In addition to DEAC Sabatino, AST was also joined by Legendary Police Commissioner William Bratton who spoke, as always, about his love for the City of New York, the Profession of...
NYPD Chief of Department Kenneth Corey at 'ASTORS' 2022

2022 ‘ASTORS’ a Hit in NYC: Honoring Homeland Security Winners (N-Sl)

In addition to Commission Bill Bratton joining the 2022 'ASTORS' Homeland Security Awards Ceremony and Banquet Luncheon, New York's Finest, New York City Police Department (NYPD) Chief of Department Kenneth Corey,...
Cutting-edge innovations in the transport industry such as cloud migration have transformed efficiency, paving the way for consumer ease – but they have also introduced a complex threat landscape where attackers have more places to hide. Darktrace

Darktrace Reveals Increased Cyber Incidents in U.S. Transport & Logistics

The increasing digitization of transportation networks allows organizations in the transport and logistics industry to optimize their operations, from scheduling to the transportation of passengers and goods, but the complex intersection...
Changes to regulations, standards, and guidelines are rippling up and down the federal government through agencies, large and small, in response to the White House Executive Order on Improving the Nation’s Cybersecurity, but here are some of the major ones put forth by CISA and NIST.

Highlighting CISA & NIST’s Efforts Under EO 14028: Standards & Security

Guest editorial by Dr. Brian Gant Companies and organizations have been increasingly aware of the need for cybersecurity to safeguard their data and that of their customers. However, even the best intentions...
Canon U.S.A. earned recognition in the categories of Best Access Control and Authentication Solution and Best Device Visibility and Control Solution for its continually updated and enhanced uniFLOW Online and Canon Office Cloud offerings.

Canon U.S.A. Earns Multi-Gold 2022 ‘ASTORS’ Homeland Security Awards

For its efforts in offering cloud print and scan solutions with built-in security features that can help users modernize some of their scanning and printing processes – Canon U.S.A., Inc., a...
Eric Bassier, Senior Director of Product Marketing at Quantum offers AST readers tips for introducing a multi-layered approach to ransomware recovery

Preparing for the Inevitable: Tips for Multi-Layered Ransomware Recovery

Guest editorial by Eric Bassier, Senior Director of Product Marketing, Quantum Cybercriminals are constantly finding new and innovative ways to trick employees into clicking links that enable ransomware to infiltrate an organization’s infrastructure. In...

API Security Flaws Found within The LEGO® Group Online Service Platform

Salt Labs has released new threat research highlighting two API security vulnerabilities discovered within BrickLink, a digital resale platform owned by The LEGO® Group which could have enabled attackers to compromise LEGO’s internal...
The widespread adoption of mobile technology in EMS will transform how emergency professionals respond to 911 calls and reduce costs for EMS providers. Similar programs can help with better resource allocation, lowering costs for patients and emergency medical services overall.

How Mobile Tech Enhances EMS Response, from Dispatch to On Scene

Guest Editorial by Scott Morris, Senior Account Manager, Panasonic Connect North America Can you imagine a world where laptops didn’t exist for EMS workers? Yet, as late as 2011, states, including Georgia...