Government employees are using personal devices for work-related communications more than ever before. That leaves agencies vulnerable to new cyber risks.
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A Software Bill of Materials (SBOM) creates a complete inventory of the open source and commercial software components in your software codebase.
Network visibility can help agencies view every part of their hybrid cloud environments by mixing the right activities and tools together in one platform.
The infrastructure bills represent a huge opportunity for once-in-a-generation change for the greater good. Let’s do everything we can to do it securely.
Many people have either seen too many headlines about attacks, or they still feel embarrassed about falling for last month’s phishing email.
Here is how your agency can anticipate and prepare for security regulations with a month-by-month look at what’s coming for the federal government.
Here are five steps government agencies can take to combat security apathy and proactively manage cyber risk when we emerge from the pandemic.
The new EO rewrites the federal government’s approach to cybersecurity and improves the confidentiality, integrity and availability of public sector data.
In 2020, at least 113 government agencies were impacted by ransomware attacks at an estimated cost of $913 million dollars.
Government resilience anticipates the unknown, but being resilient hinges on certain qualities: specifically, imagination and responsiveness.