A zero trust approach to cybersecurity can help agencies strike a balance between carelessness and caution on their networks.
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Businesses and urban residents are embracing technological innovation faster than many cities can react. With digital change happening in hyper-speed, urban leaders need to act now to bridge the technology gap between their cities and stakeholders.
While states and localities may feel helpless against the endless onslaught of cyberattacks, there are preventative measures they can take to avoid falling victim.
In 2010, the phrase “a zero trust approach to cybersecurity” emerged to describe continuous monitoring and least privilege access control working together.
GovLoop heard from Academy participants who credit the program for their newfound cyber skills. For now, they will use those skills in their current roles.
Congress mandated the new commission to protect U.S. cybersecurity by learning from America’s Cold War strategy for the Soviet Union.
Digital and smart technologies are transforming our world. The ubiquity of IoT raises operational excitement. It also raises cybersecurity concerns.
Federal agencies need secure data warehouses to comply with the Office of Management and Budget’s latest guidelines, but time constraints and costliness often impede these efforts.
Monitoring IT networks is critical for state and local governments that are modernizing their IT in order to coordinate actions and track their ownership of solutions.
Knowing where an agency’s skills gaps exist can help its workforce evolve to successfully overcome any cybersecurity obstacles.