Why should government organizations share cyber intelligence? Cyberspace is much like outer space – it can get lonely out there if you don’t have a group that has your back.
Posts Tagged: information security
We focus on some additional benefits of formal information security risk management and talk about risk tolerance and risk thresholds.
Here are some best practices for equating how information security can reduce risk to a level that is acceptable to your agency.
Does your government agency have an incident response plan? If so, how often do you review it or ideally practice it? Let’s review some of the obvious and some of the less well-known benefits of prioritizing the planning and testing of IR plans.
The two events of 2020 that had the biggest impact on Maricopa County’s information security program were the COVID-19 pandemic and 2020 election cycle.
Here are a few “secrets” that you may not know about Information Security, which you can use to help you form a stronger alliance or prevent any missteps that could cause problems for the team.
Suggestions on how to improve the interaction between project management and security teams.
Government increasingly spends more time, money, and effort into strengthening cybersecurity. But is government getting the return on such investments that it should? (ISC)2, the largest not-for profit membership body of certified information and software security professionals worldwide, recently released its seventh Global Information Workforce Study (GISWS) in partnership with Booz Allen Hamilton, Cyber 360Read… Read more »
Now that the 2012 election has come to an end, doors are closing for thousands of temporary campaign offices across the country. As campaigns have continued to collect more detailed and sophisticated voter information, these temporary offices have become more technologically advanced. With offices from national to state and local campaigns all shutting their doors,Read… Read more »