Cybercriminals see new opportunities to attack agencies by exploiting unsecured cloud-based services that were deployed as part of the shift to remote-work.
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When agencies go to the cloud with grandiose expectations, security’s job is straightforward: Keep everything safe, and stay out of the way.
What agencies need is the ability to observe their systems’ performance from end to end in real time – and when a problem arises, to identify its source.
In recent years, agencies have become more cognizant of the cloud and its potential benefits, but the comfort of the status quo still beckons.
In addition to our own coverage, GovLoop is providing links to articles that might be of interest to people who find themselves teleworking full time.
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The problem has been that traditional security solutions lacked the flexibility needed to adapt to changing requirements, but that mindset is changing.
State or local governments can turn to SOC-as-a-service to tap into a deep reserve of cyber expertise and threat intelligence.
Government IT and security personnel need an ecosystem exchange to be able to map, analyze and act upon threat intelligence in one place.