Government agencies often focus on the threats that affect their cyber systems — and for good reason. But what evidence do they have to prove the value of their security investments?
Posts Tagged: FireEye
For scores of agencies, today’s threat landscape can change too fast for their workforces. Threat intelligence adds the context agencies need by focusing on the latest threats in real time.
Key controls represent methods for managing vulnerabilities and reducing and mitigating risk. Subsequently, key controls boost cloud security for agencies.
Because many agencies rely on tools that don’t meet current needs, the first step to operationalizing security is actually not to start implementing changes for the future. Instead, take the time to assess the current threat landscape of your agency related directly to your mission and its associated important assets, as well as the tools… Read more »
When a breach occurs, perception is reality. How quickly and effectively you respond is vital for government agencies to protect their data and ultimately their reputation with stakeholders. Agencies must be prepared to act decisively.
This interview is an excerpt from our recent guide, The Future of Cybersecurity, which examines 15 trends transforming the way government safeguards information and technology. Unlike the physical world around us, there is no distance in cyberspace. That’s great for collaborating with employees around the world or for accessing files when working remotely. But theRead… Read more »
The following post is an interview with Bob Lentz, Member of FireEye’s Board of Directors, President of Cybersecurity Strategies, and former Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defense for Cyber, Information, and Identity Assurance. It is an excerpt from GovLoop’s recent guide, Securing Government: Lessons from the Cyber Frontlines. Though government spending on cybersecurity continues to increase, manyRead… Read more »
2014 may as well have been called the Year of the Hackers. Massive security breaches at both private and public sector organizations — everyone from Target to – the U.S. Postal service — shattered citizens’ expectations about the state of their personal information and data. But the view of cybersecurity may finally be changing forRead… Read more »