If you’re a federal IT decision maker, it’s worth taking time to analyze your defenses and question your readiness to tackle new age cyberthreats.
Posts By Greg Kushto
Developing a truly effective cybersecurity culture requires that agencies take a deeper look at how they promote and enforce cybersecurity policies among their employees. With that in mind, here are five tips we’ve found beneficial for fostering a cyber-aware professional culture.
What does it take to protect your agency’s network? Here are the five things you need to in place to avoid becoming the next ransomware casualty.
It’s not every day the Department of Defense invites people to hack its networks with no fear of repercussion. But that’s exactly what they’ve done—and good for them.
Next-generation automation multiplies resources by removing easily-repeated tasks from an engineer’s workload.
Securing your unified communications (UC) infrastructure is one area of security that is often overlooked in favor of network and data security.
Holistic protection for your entire IT infrastructure requires a comprehensive security plan for your network, data and a unified communications solution.
As a result of the need to do more with less and the need for increased security, we now have better technology. Now, people just need to start using it.
Your coworkers on the IT team are not the only ones who should feel responsible for cybersecurity in the workplace. Every employee, either on campus or at home, should feel accountable for the security of their networks and devices. With the increasingly interconnected world we live in today, there are unfortunately constant and countless opportunitiesRead… Read more »
Just a few years ago, the only security metric that mattered was whether your organization had been hacked or not. This all-or-nothing definition of security success is now outdated. There are new, more complex metrics that measure the strength of your security posture.