The agency’s latest use case was centered on processing refugees through leveraging on-premises and cloud solutions overseas.
The heightened cybersecurity risks included with remote and hybrid work could soon be compounded by another threat: security apathy and complacency.
At the crux of every cybersecurity strategy is an identity data management challenge: How much information does an agency need to verify the identity of an individual requesting access to network resources?
The problem isn’t your employees or contractors. It’s systems. In automated processes, systems interact with one another. How do you authenticate them?
Software containers can help agencies by virtually packaging code and expediting cloud-based and on-premises software application development.
There may not be a large organization in existence that hasn’t experienced the repercussions of shadow IT.
Agencies could pay a steep price, literally, if they do not secure the growing volume of data at the edge of the network.
In this Q&A interview, Connecticut Chief Information Security Officer (CISO) Jeff Brown explains what zero trust security is and how it can help agencies.
Network visibility can help agencies view every part of their hybrid cloud environments by mixing the right activities and tools together in one platform.
There is no “quick fix” to the government’s cyber challenges, but four recent initiatives could help chart a new course for improving the nation’s cybersecurity.