Posts Tagged: infographic

The Anatomy of a “Sniper” Hack

In war, there is quite a difference between the crude methods of indiscriminate destruction of weapons of mass destruction and a well trained sniper on a well-funded, precisely planned mission. WMDs leave mess everywhere, make it clear to everyone something big happened and are more about fear than accomplishing specific goals. In cyber war, the… Read more »

How to do Citizen Engagement Right: The Power of Email

Oftentimes, the success of a public program depends on your ability to engage the citizenry. For example, you might need to work with coastal residents to prepare for potential flood hazards. Or you might need citizen input on a local development initiative. You might even need the public’s help in reporting crime. However, successfully engaging… Read more »

How to do Citizen Engagement Right: The Power of Email

Oftentimes, the success of a public program depends on your ability to engage the citizenry. For example, you might need to work with coastal residents to prepare for potential flood hazards. Or you might need citizen input on a local development initiative. You might even need the public’s help in reporting crime. However, successfully engaging… Read more »

How Government Can Prepare For Future Change

From natural disasters and emergencies to advancing technology and new legislation, government agencies need to prepare and build for change to better serve their constituents. With budget cuts, pay freezes, and limited resources, this is not always easy. So how, exactly, do agencies prepare for the future? What processes need to be in place? What… Read more »

More Event Cancellations + Something to Share with the Corporate Office

by Allan Rubin, Vice President, Marketing First, here’s some news on continued government event cancellations. Word on the street is thatGFIRST 2013 will not take place this year “due to all of the budgetary/travel restrictions.” Scheduled from August 25 to 30, the Government Forum of Incident Response and Security Teams (GFIRST) “is a group of… Read more »