This is Part 3 of my Chief Information Security Officer’s 365-day journey. Read on to learn about the importance of continuous improvement and feedback.
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The fantasy of a single login with access to multiple public sector services isn’t so far-fetched, cybersecurity experts say.
This is Part 2 of the four-part series about a Chief Information Security Officer’s initial 365 days. I will focus on and emphasize the importance of risk here.
With resource constraints, especially during the current pandemic, the importance of cybersecurity ecosystems has increased considerably.
As Georgia’s Chief Information Security Officer (CISO), David Allen has seen many ransomware attacks. In some cases, agencies have bounced back in days. In others, they’ve been reduced to using pen and paper.
Texas CISO sat down to talk to GovLoop further about 2020 priorities, 2019 successes and how she finds the right cybersecurity team.
CIOs and CISOs should take note of the federal advocacy priorities released by NASCIO, which include aligning federal cybersecurity regulations.
With the start of the new year, the 2018 midterm elections may seem a long way behind us, but securing our elections is something that always must be in the forefront. It is a bipartisan issue that must be prioritized by our leaders to ensure our democracy is properly protected.
When leaders have greater security awareness and understanding of cybersecurity risks, fully informed decisions can be made to apply mitigations and controls.
The reality for many agencies is their leaders must make tough decisions in prioritizing where the limited funds should go. In some cases, that can leave cybersecurity capabilities with insufficient funds to meet future goals and objectives.