When you implement a smart card project, you must understand what abilities you really have. Don’t circumvent security for marketing hype.
In a world where data has grown about 430% in the past decade, can agencies secure their data goods and lower their risk effectively?
The fantasy of a single login with access to multiple public sector services isn’t so far-fetched, cybersecurity experts say.
A cybersecurity expert highlighted three methods that are key to ransomware protection: exploit blocking, machine learning and indicators of attack.
An industry cybersecurity expert gave agencies three pointers for protecting themselves with zero trust cybersecurity, which assumes everyone and everything on IT networks is potentially threatening.
Agencies have traditionally operated off the assumption that if the perimeter is secure, their data is too. But in a distributed environment, that isn’t necessarily the case.
This is Part 2 of the four-part series about a Chief Information Security Officer’s initial 365 days. I will focus on and emphasize the importance of risk here.
The national spotlight on personal security (PerSec) breaches and vulnerabilities isn’t likely to dim anytime soon. Using a case management solution that maps its workflows to federal and agency-specific guidelines maximizes efficiency.
For scores of agencies, today’s threat landscape can change too fast for their workforces. Threat intelligence adds the context agencies need by focusing on the latest threats in real time.
Even if legacy systems still do the job, modern systems offer so much more. Think about the difference between an old flip phone and a new smartphone.