Security operations centers (SOCs) are centralized units that deal with security issues on an organizational and technical basis.
Colorado emphasizes educating both their developers and non-developers about keeping application cyberthreats at bay.
“It’s not just about the data. It’s about the cybersecurity, the collaboration, how agencies and private sector coordinate and have transparency between each other,” said David Bargh, Solution Manager for SAP Analytics Cloud at SAP National Security Services.
To learn more about the best approaches to enterprise risk management (ERM), we turned to the foremost source on government standards for security: NIST.
When you consider the law enforcement sector and how often cases span cities, counties and even state lines, it’s imperative that governments can coordinate and easily share information. A federated identity system could lay the groundwork for new systems that allow for these seamless connections.
Because the application became much more efficient, employee satisfaction increased significantly and citizens viewed the agency as more valuable.
Adam Zeimet, Branch Chief for ICAM at the Agriculture Department, has been with the program since it started. It’s evolved since then to support more than 120,000 employees and 750,000 public users. He talked to GovLoop about central considerations to ICAM at the agency.
The role of identity governance is simple in principle: give the right people the right access to the right data. To do this, trusted and properly managed identity access has to become the primary control.
Brandon Iske, ICAM Lead at the Defense Information Systems Agency (DISA), talked to GovLoop about the agency’s focus on IAM issues and its future plans.
With AI and ML, agencies are able to review data in bulk to actively monitor for the first signs of an attack and respond quickly.