Here are three things that federal IT pros can do to update their agency’s cybersecurity plan.
Scaling your security strategy to accommodate a remote workforce is no longer optional — it’s essential.
In theory, a cloud-based security solution should provide the necessary flexibility and scalability. However, many so-called cloud solutions were not designed for the cloud but instead retrofitted for it, relying on script languages to provide automated capabilities.
A technology-centric approach to cybersecurity is essential, but not sufficient. The nation’s recent history of data breaches, many of which began with phishing attacks, suggests that agencies need to take a people-centric approach as well.
Any discussion about improving the security of the federal IT enterprise sooner or later comes around to the topic of network visibility.
The federal government’s sudden, widespread transition to a remote work environment has highlighted the importance of its decision to make policy decisions that remove barriers to cloud adoption.
Passwords must not only be strong; they should be paired with two-factor authentication enabled on every account. Here are top four ways to strengthen your password today for maximum security.
Identity and access management is essential to modern cybersecurity. As agencies transform their IT environments through the adoption of cloud solutions, they need to ensure they can easily manage which users have access to which applications and data
As agencies grapple with how to manage the change of cloud environments, they should look for solutions that can shoulder their workloads.
As federal agencies accelerate their effort to move data, applications and services to the cloud, they often run into an obstacle: Their existing cyber policies and processes were developed with a physical IT infrastructure in mind, not the virtual infrastructure that is the basis of so many modern solutions.