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Complexity and a lack of strategic planning undermine our government’s cybersecurity. The government does have the ability to protect our data and IT resources; what is needed is a strategic, risk-based program that prioritizes its most valuable assets.
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Ready to implement NIST’s Cybersecurity Framework at your agency but not sure how? Check out what these cyber experts have to say about customizing the framework to meet your agency’s needs.
One of President-elect Donald Trump’s primary campaign promises was to reduce inefficiency and red tape in government. If he’s serious, here are some areas he and Congress may want to consider.
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DHS provides a wealth of resources and guidance to regional and local jurisdictions, to help them protect and maintain critical infrastructure. However, Kathy McMullin, Planner with the Utah State Division of Emergency Management, described the necessary role that state government can play in providing more localized support.
Federal cybersecurity is a risk-management issue. But effective risk management is often hindered by government’s fragmented governance structures. We sat down with experts at PwC for tips on developing a solid governance program.
The need for an end-to-end solution is overwhelming, because as recent data breaches show, security is everyone’s problem — not just IT’s.
The ransomware surge complicates the risk management picture, but it may also help bring priorities into focus.