The Department of Justice seeks to pilot identity and access management capabilities in a move to fortify its cybersecurity posture and implement a zero-trust approach in network security, Fedscoop reported Tuesday.Read More »
The Department of Justice has released a new version of its policy on the use of unmanned aircraft systems in investigations, search and rescue operations and other authorized law enforcement activities.
DOJ said Wednesday the updated policy adds additional measures to ensure the security of the U.S. supply chain, address cybersecurity concerns and protect privacy and civil liberties.Read More »
The Department of Homeland Security’s Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency has released a draft binding operational directive that would require federal agencies to have a vulnerability disclosure policy.Read More »
The Department of Justice has established a Procurement Collusion Strike Force aimed at identifying, investigating and prosecuting antitrust crimes such as fraudulent schemes in government contracting and program funding.Read More »
Joseph Klimavicz, chief information officer and deputy assistant attorney general of the Department of Justice, has said that the department is working on various modernization efforts in line with the Enterprise Infrastructure Solutions contract's objectives.Read More »