From the types of attacks that take place, constantly increasing vulnerabilities, and growing automation and digitization, it’s crucial that governments monitor their security.
Posts Tagged: Cyber Guide 2022
North Carolina takes a whole-of-state approach to cybersecurity to help share expertise with agencies that may lack the resources to defend themselves.
To get buy-in for cybersecurity initiatives, don’t talk tech — speak simply.
When it comes to cybersecurity, “The question is not will you be attacked, but what will be the consequence.” Here’s how to prepare.
Micro-segmentation is an important step toward a zero trust-based cybersecurity. Here are some best practices.
Diversified talent makes the cybersecurity workforce stronger and more versatile. Responsive training programs can help.
Agencies have plenty of data they can use to detect cyber threats. The trick is using it without breaking the budget.
Human factors are involved in 82% of cyber breaches. Here’s how to turn your “weakest link” into a “human firewall.”
Supply chain cyber attacks are escalating. Vendors that can help remove weak links and defend against incursions are essential.
Increasing your cyber workforce may mean revisiting your requirements. Agencies should prioritize candidates with potential to develop skills.