Because governments have so many applications, platforms and servers, the security systems required to keep networks safe are abundant and diverse.
Cloud services keep this journey moving smoothly – but what happens when security slows down your progress? Using cloud security requirements can help.
Adaptive Networks are automated and programmable networks that can configure, monitor and maintain themselves, as well as adapt to changing requirements.
A lot goes into an effective cybersecurity strategy, but many rank-and-file, business-side employees are often surprised at their centrality to defending against cyber threats.
How can you reconcile data to have it available in the cloud so the right people can access it, securely, at the right time, to make thoughtful decisions that benefit mission outcomes?
The highly qualified recent graduates in cybersecurity-related fields selected for the Cybersecurity Talent Initiative could obtain student loan assistance.
More public sector agencies are moving their operations and applications to the cloud, and are looking for a common cloud infrastructure.
What exactly is zero trust, and why should you care?
The fluidity of a multi-cloud model makes it challenging for agencies to defend against cyberthreats, on top of satisfying the requirements of the Continuous Diagnostics and Mitigation (CDM) Program and other federal benchmarks, a Software-Defined Secure Network (SDSN) can help.
Automating manual processes, particularly security patching, in the data center is the key factor that will allow federal agencies to meet compliance standards and keep data secure while freeing up resources for other critical tasks.