A cyber ecosystem fueled by new ways of thinking and recruiting will help the security workforce grow both in skills and qualifications.
Across the federal government, agencies are rethinking their telework policies and practices in light of the COVID-19 pandemic.
The hope is by reading this you know enough to identify the capable resources (internal staff and/or vendors) who can help you on this journey. At a minimum, this blog post should raise additional questions!
“Identity is not just about protecting people, it is about protecting things like servers that matter to your agency because they are mission-critical.”
Supporting IT for a distributed workforce is tough at all agencies. The latest version of the TIC policy, known as TIC 3.0, has provided relief.
It’s simple. If technology is ubiquitous, then so is cybersecurity.
How to start a formal infosec program: If you start thinking along these lines, you will certainly be headed in the right direction.
DHS has identified IT supply chain security as a national imperative, learn about six points in the supply chain at which risks might be introduced.
By secrets, we don’t mean your friend’s surprise party or an old family recipe.
The best way to securing the IT supply chain is a process of working with trusted partners to analyze risk and make sound decisions.