Everyone knows that weak passwords are the scourge of strapping security. Unfortunately, strong passwords are not much better.
Just as social media can help agencies cultivate the trust of their constituents, a security incident on social can undermine that trust. Here are tips to mitigate risks.
Zero trust would combat two of today’s greatest security challenges: increased endpoints driven by telework and the misuse of privileged credentials.
In the aftermath of major cyberattacks that threatened critical infrastructure and national security, President Biden signed an executive order Wednesday that aims to strengthen cyber defenses through increased information sharing with private industry.
Among other strategies, cyber experts say agencies need to double-down on cyber training, since end-users continue to be the weakest link in cyber defenses.
As guardians of vital information, governments are prime targets for cyberattacks. Here are two often unnoticed threats that agencies must recognize.
Just as drivers have to contend with blind spots on the road, so do security practitioners and leaders defending their networks.
The large-scale move to remote work, combined with recent high-profile cybersecurity attacks have forced government agencies to rethink how they invest in and implement cybersecurity practices that are effective yet also user-friendly.
How can agencies and employees improve their cybersecurity knowledge in a more effective and fun way? Here are some great takeaways.
Users can be exposed to phishing threats through all kinds of mobile channels, particularly as the remote workforce increased suddenly in 2020.