State and local governments can now accelerate their innovation and learning by aligning their cybersecurity approaches more closely with their federal counterparts.
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Automation tools make it easier for cybersecurity professionals to enforce security best practices and meet internal and external security mandates.
A layered approach to IT modernization makes the process easier for agencies by adding security barriers while supporting legacy systems and modern technologies.
The number of cyberthreats out there is overwhelming. Sincere thought and effort towards designing your threat model could stand between you and a data disaster.
IT professionals have the “hard skills” to prepare for implementing new technology and security. But, “soft skills” may be the mortar that’s holding your fortress together. Make sure that you are not the weakest cybersecurity link!
To better understand how agencies can successfully leverage DEFEND, GovLoop spoke with Ralph Kahn, Vice President of Federal at Tanium
Few technologies have been as transformative on the IT landscape as containers. Yet, despite being around for nearly two decades, the term still leaves many a technologist scratching their heads.
There’s a growing appetite among federal CIOs to move from merely talking about transforming government IT and cyber, to actually institutionalizing change.
The CES authority lets USCYBERCOM hiring managers make on-the-spot job offers outside the federal government’s typical occupational constraints.