Recognizing the growing threat of cyberattacks, the city of Orlando adopted key elements of zero-trust security. Here’s what officials did and how zero trust impacted city government operations.
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One of the trickiest parts of implementing zero trust is the cultural shift because it requires stakeholder departments and end users to go through more security layers.
Traffic fatalities rose even as driving decreased in 2020, and transportation planners stepping up their safety initiatives — especially for pedestrians.
This week, HP is attending the National Postal Forum in Orlando, discussing ways that technology solutions can help improve the USPS, and in turn how the USPS can help businesses and governments accomplish their business objectives. I know GovLoop members have debated in the past about the best ways to improve the postal service, withRead… Read more »
Let’s get things started… back to the 1980’s…. One Night in Bangkok makes a hard guy humble 2010 NBA Playoffs After 1230 regular season games, the NBA playoffs have arrived. Let’s take a look at the first round matchups: Eastern Conference 1.) The #1 seed Cleveland Cavaliers take on the #8 seed Chicago Bulls. ExpectRead… Read more »
Today was the last day of classes for me at the Federally Employed Women’s Conference in Orlando Florida. This was the best day yet! I had only one class today and it was Lean Six Sigma. I have wanted to learn more about Six Sigma but never really had the opportunity–so I could not missRead… Read more »
Day 3 started at eighth in the morning. I was not quite sure that it would be worth waking up for but I did it anyway. I arrived at the conference at 7:57 for my 8:00 class still clasping my coffee and half awake. I took a seat in the front to help insure thatRead… Read more »