Innovation and security are two words you usually don’t hear in the same sentence — especially in government. But GovLoop heard from several agencies that are reaping the benefits of innovative technologies like cloud, while making security a priority.
Printers are an invaluable piece of any government office space. That’s why public sector employees need to understand the importance of protecting these devices and use clear cybersecurity protocols to secure their printers.
Are you able to identify your cybersecurity blind spots?
This blog is an excerpt from GovLoop’s recent industry perspective, Achieving Real-Time Situational Awareness. Download the full perspective here.
To help agencies meet their evolving security needs, FedRAMP is working to launch new requirements for securing low-risk, SaaS apps in a standard way.
Modernizing IT systems is crucial for agency cybersecurity efforts, but if it is not done correctly, it can leave an IT system more vulnerable. See why a layered approach to IT modernization is the best way to mitigate cyberthreats.
The things you need to know about improving SecOps at your agency.
This blog post is an excerpt from GovLoop’s recent guide, “Government Health IT: The Fight to Keep Public-Sector Data Secure.”
Insider threats are some of the most pernicious risks to government and can do grave damage to national security. Using tools that better spot suspicious human behavior can help. Learn what cognitive computing is, how it works and how you can leverage entity-centric analytics to be more proactive in preventing insider threats.
Protecting privileged accounts is an important part of any agency cybersecurity strategy because these accounts have access to a lot of sensitive information in organizations. Hear how Rod Simmons recommends agencies prevent external threats from compromising these accounts.