Next time you catch yourself wanting another security tool, stop and ask: “How can I make my existing tools better?”
As agencies bring more agility to services development and delivery, they risk increasing vulnerability if they don’t also take a more agile approach to security.
Remote workers for one defense health agency were having problems accessing what they needed to do their jobs so the agency invested in a SASE solution.
Here are some best practices for equating how information security can reduce risk to a level that is acceptable to your agency.
Culture is the number one success factor in adopting DevSecOps. An expert identified four key attributes of a good DevSecOps culture.
How can agencies become just as innovative about cyber defense as bad actors are about cyber offense? Zero trust security might be exactly the protection agencies need.
Although DevSecOps has the potential to unify work across teams while reducing the time to develop and deploy applications, that’s not a guarantee, as many agencies have discovered.
Meeting compliance requirements can challenge small businesses without on-staff expertise. Here are three things you can do to help.
Does your government agency have an incident response plan? If so, how often do you review it or ideally practice it? Let’s review some of the obvious and some of the less well-known benefits of prioritizing the planning and testing of IR plans.
Providing the right level of access, performance and security for remote workers using the cloud requires solutions that can scale virtually infinitely.