The move to remote work increases agency exposure to adversarial risk. Agencies need to mitigate cybercrime as more of their employees work remotely.
Posts Tagged: privacy
As agencies grapple with how to manage the change of cloud environments, they should look for solutions that can shoulder their workloads.
Drones are an accepted (though with reservations or downright hatred by some individuals) part of our lives. But did you know you do not have the right to fly them wherever or whenever you please?
The eventual introduction of GDPR-like privacy requirements in the United States will be a monumental task across government and industry. Begin preparing now by developing an enterprise data strategy for your organization.
We sat down with experts from HHS and FedRAMP to discuss how the cloud security program has evolved, government’s privacy concerns and security challenges.
Governments have used computing technology since the 1950s, but data has changed. Agencies face new challenges in using data, requiring updated strategies. A recent IBM white paper covers these challenges and provides a path forward to data-driven government.
Finding the balance between privacy and security has never been more of an issue than it is today — especially in the wake of the Internet of Things (IoT) technology, which allows machines to interact with each other through signaling systems. These machine interactions allow IoT to embrace a technological revolution unlike anything we’ve seenRead… Read more »
With security threats facing virtually every federal institution, the vulnerability of federal agencies is top of mind of our federal government leaders. The threats are exacerbated due to the fact that many government agencies use older, legacy systems that were not designed to resist today’s threats. These systems not only increase vulnerability to computer attacks,… Read more »
If the Court agrees with Bot, it could rule that the Commission decision underpinning Safe Harbor is unlawful. That would throw a serious monkey-wrench into the bilateral data transfer framework. . . .
The Internet of Things – it’s a phrase that sounds as ominous as it is ambiguous. Many of us have heard of the Internet of Things (IoT), but everyone seems to have a different understanding of exactly what it means. Is it hardware? Software? Sensors? Is it secure? Where is it being used? Self-driving cars,Read… Read more »