The demand for cyber talent is incredibly high. For government agencies, outsourcing might be a better solution than cultivating in-house experts.
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The demand is incredibly high. The talent pool is troublingly small. Hiring cybersecurity specialists is not for the faint of heart. Outsourcing may be the answer.
Here are seven steps for shifting your agency’s culture into a mindset of continuous innovation for its mission, workforce and constituents.
Agencies must consider both training and knowledge sharing, so discussing how they can create a hybrid of both is valuable for every level of government.
The casual interactions that used to be positive parts of in-person offices can also become a helpful feature of virtual work.
Culture is highly relevant to organizational success, whether you measure it by the bottom line or mission. The metrics of culture can be tricky, however.
When it comes to cybersecurity scores and remediation, knowing is half the battle, and the rest is hard work. Understanding the standards and practices means learning a new language of cyberspeak and legalese
Robotic process automation (RPA) can automate your agency’s most tedious manual processes using bots created by software to save energy, money and time.
Four values to guide leaders and agencies facing an uncertain future How would you rank work-life in your organization? Give yourself a score, one to 10. When someone challenged me to score others recently, I noticed something unique. The organizations that ranked high did so because they have been living out their values. You canRead… Read more »
Here are five factors agencies should consider while drafting their work from home (WFH) policies for the time after the COVID-19 pandemic.