Posts Tagged: Cybersecurity Event 2014

Staying Secure by Protecting Your Data

One of the most pressing challenges facing government agencies is the ability to guard against cyberattacks. GovLoop’s recent cybersecurity event covered the some of the findings from our recent GovLoop report, and connected industry and public sector professionals to collaborate and share best practices to improve government’s security. During the industry panel, Andy Bonillo, DirectorRead… Read more »

Situational Awareness and Prioritization Are Key to Cybersecurity

When it comes to cybersecurity, engineering your way to a more secure environment is a very important step. But according to John Banghart, Director of Federal Cybersecurity at the National Security Council, technology isn’t the only solution. “I want to focus on people and priority, as opposed to technology,” Banghart said. He was speaking atRead… Read more »

Cybersecurity: Experts’ Concerns — and Advice

At GovLoop’s latest live event on cybersecurity, a panel of experts gathered to discuss the myriad challenges that the government and organizations face when it comes to being prepared for cyberattacks. But it wasn’t all doom and gloom — each participant also offered up concrete tips on what you can do today to start creatingRead… Read more »

How being TACIT Can Help Your Cybersecurity Efforts

Cybersecurity has emerged as a key priority for information technology leaders. From the top levels of government, pressures are increasing to protect U.S. critical infrastructure and collaborate across sectors. But being secure isn’t just about thwarting attacks – it’s also about being prepared to react once you fall victim to a cyberattack. Dealing with cybersecurityRead… Read more »