The best indicator of a cyber success is whether the top people in decision-making positions understand it, talk about it, prioritize resources for it, and follow it themselves. Take these six actions to create and support a cybersecurity culture.
“As government adoption of DevOps increases, there are numerous lessons to take away in terms of automating legacy processes that have many slow and manual interventions detrimental to the success of DevSecOps.”
Although some of the time-to-compliance issues can’t be controlled, there are ways to significantly accelerate critical parts of the FedRAMP compliance process.
Next time you catch yourself wanting another security tool, stop and ask: “How can I make my existing tools better?”
More teleworking means agencies must defend a wider attack surface, with applications, data and devices reaching far beyond the network perimeter. Zero trust can help.
Federal agencies must have confidence in a procurement process comprising tens of thousands of suppliers and sub-suppliers.
When you have enough talent, you can be confident about your agency’s capabilities. But most organizations don’t have enough. So, they need to augment their staff with the right tools and procedures.
Cybersecurity must be integral to the broader solutions that agencies adopt so that it isn’t an afterthought in budget-strained times.
To move forward, successful agencies will leverage TIC 3.0 and Zero Trust in tandem.
After building the program for three quarters, seeking feedback from the stakeholders and making course corrections, a CISO should look forward.