“If you’re going to embrace hybrid work, you need to now view it as a permanent, and not just a temporary, solution.”
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In today’s state of widespread remote work, the security landscape is seemingly easier for adversaries to exploit and tougher for security practitioners to protect.
Let’s look at how agencies got to a cloud-native environment today, as well as the security considerations they need to keep their environment as secure as possible.
As agencies bring more agility to services development and delivery, they risk increasing vulnerability if they don’t also take a more agile approach to security.
This blog post is an excerpt from GovLoop’s recent guide, Understanding State and Local Government. Download the full guide here. Palo Alto Networks Unit 42 threat research team released its 2015 Application Usage and Threat Report (AUTR) analyzing and correlating data from more than 7,000 organizations over a 12-month period gaining broad visibility into critical trends. Findings showRead… Read more »
Social Media is becoming ever more ingrained in the political landscape, and the government of Palo Alto — a city known for its tech savvy — is taking advantage. Palo Alto Mayor Yiaway Yeh and City Manager James Keene participated in two Twitter discussions with resident recently. Participants could use the hashtag #askpaloalto during theRead… Read more »