One of the ways federal agencies are modernizing their systems is by equipping staff with cloud computing capabilities.
In an interview with GovLoop, Mike Rohde, Deputy Chief Information Security Officer, Federal at ServiceNow, explained how cloud security requirements like FedRAMP give your organization’s data the protections it deserves.
The White House said that Trump’s order comes as America seeks to fill more than 300,000 cybersecurity job vacancies, a potential security threat.
Foreign governments and insider threats – careless or untrained insiders – are growing cybersecurity dangers for government agencies at every level.
Results from going to the cloud are apparent, but the long-term benefits will continue to show up in the communities that are being serviced, such as Puerto Rico.
By offering a flexible approach to cybersecurity, the CSF allows agencies to create individualized risk-management plans based on their specific needs and capabilities.
There are four main stages of software evolution – development, testing, deployment and monitoring. To ensure every application at your agency is secure, you must ingrain security in each cycle of development, no matter what process management approach your agency uses to create applications.
How can government ensure effective security for cloud? Cloud security is a shared responsibility between the cloud provider and the agency.
A new approach could significantly change the way agencies think about security for the better by establishing a design concept around security.
As agencies set up security gateways and protections to guard against external hackers, the biggest threats might come from inside of the organization.