There’s just so much to secure, and with the infamous cyber skills shortage in government, teams don’t have enough hands for it all. But security isn’t locked into a losing battle; it can still catch up.
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Cybercriminals’ goal is to turn panic into profit. Agencies’ and individuals’ responsibility is to stop them.
Administration priorities to emerge are grant funding, federal workforce compensation, equity, career development, cybersecurity and more.
A digital world demands even more advanced network security structures. To progress, agencies can follow the below steps.
Everyone knows that weak passwords are the scourge of strapping security. Unfortunately, strong passwords are not much better.
More times than not, change will come your way, and not the other way around. So, how can you influence its direction and improve your agency?
Most agencies have been more innovative during the COVID-19 pandemic. But after weathering the pandemic’s first year, many haven’t charted a course ahead.
As opposed to applying office expectations to the remote world, new expectation-setting can go a long way in an arena where the rules are yet to be written.
In the face of complex problems, many innovators in government sign onto a simple-solution idea, and in Rhode Island, that has sparked change.
Widespread telework ushered in a new suite of applications and workflows. With it, agencies gained familiarity with cloud solutions, learning on the way.