Check out this report to see how your IT staff can secure your data while facing budgetary and staffing challenges.
Ransomware and cyberattacks have become more sophisticated, more costly and increasingly damaging. “Ransomware is a serious threat to our public safety and national and economic security,” said Richard W. Downing, Deputy Assistant Attorney General, Criminal Division, U.S. Department of Justice in a recent interview. “It has been used to attack municipal governments, police departments and critical infrastructure.” Read… Read more »
The Cybersecurity & Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA) has advice for agencies that want to be cybersecure — but still have the ability to innovate and find new ways of doing better.
Recognizing the growing threat of cyberattacks, the city of Orlando adopted key elements of zero-trust security. Here’s what officials did and how zero trust impacted city government operations.
At the crux of every cybersecurity strategy is an identity data management challenge: How much information does an agency need to verify the identity of an individual requesting access to network resources?
Broadly, people often mistake cybersecurity as a sprint with a finish line. But in reality, it is a continuous effort.
The software security world uses lots of complicated terminology. We break down, in simple language, some of the most important vocabulary.
Unfortunately, cyberattacks are happening more frequently across the nation. But there are ways to bolster your defenses. It begins with creating a security playbook.
A 2023 career goal may be to better familiarize yourself with some key technologies that are currently in the early stages of use in government – artificial intelligence and zero trust.
From the types of attacks that take place, constantly increasing vulnerabilities, and growing automation and digitization, it’s crucial that governments monitor their security.