The battle between threat actor and network defender comes down to survival of the fastest.
Posts By Kim Lindros
Let’s pump the brakes on the hype of an enterprise public cloud. There are several key factors that agencies need to consider before moving applications to the cloud.
While there are a number of approaches to solve application and data security challenges, runtime application self-protection, or RASP, is a particularly compelling approach.
As the pace of digital innovation intensifies, agencies are looking to technology to meet emerging requirements and fulfill mission needs. In this environment, the use of cloud-native tools is a game-changer for app development.
Agile methodologies work because they empower teams, and empowered teams are more successful.
A traditional method is to complete each phase successfully before moving to the next, but that takes time. A faster method is called Agile, where code is developed iteratively.
Agencies cannot serve citizens or achieve digital transformation without well-running and secure PCs. Old or sub-par equipment affects employee productivity, results in downtime and leaves agencies prone to security breaches.
As the number of cloud users and applications grow, so do the number of servers needed. How can agencies ensure application availability, providing enough bandwidth that they’re highly responsive for users?
What starts as massive amounts of disparate data is quickly transformed into useful, relevant information, delivered to a dashboard.
Government networks are targets of constant cyberattacks, putting data and availability at risk. To strengthen defenses, the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) established the CDM Program.