In the cloud generation, state and local agencies need holistic cloud security strategies to protect data and respond quickly to breaches. With the right plan, state and local governments can not only defend themselves against evolving cyberthreats, they can also thrive in the cloud generation.
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Learn how IT professionals in government are leveraging integrated platforms to keep systems secure and user friendly by focusing on protecting information, user profiles, web browsing, and email messaging.
This blog post is an excerpt from GovLoop’s recent guide, “Government Health IT: The Fight to Keep Public-Sector Data Secure.”
This blog post is an excerpt from GovLoop’s recent Research Brief, “Where Government & the NIST Cybersecurity Framework Meet.” The National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) works to promote U.S. innovation and competitiveness by advancing science, standards and related technology through research and development in ways that enhance economic security and improve quality of… Read more »
Ready to implement NIST’s Cybersecurity Framework at your agency but not sure how? Check out what these cyber experts have to say about customizing the framework to meet your agency’s needs.
Now that some of the greatest threats to the United States are from cyberattacks, rethinking your agency’s defense infrastructure is critical
At this year’s Symantec Government Symposium, industry experts and experienced practitioners will all be on hand to teach best practices and share valuable resources to ease the training challenge.
Don’t miss one of the most important events of the year for cybersecurity.
Federal networks and systems today are under unrelenting attack by persistent, sophisticated and resourceful adversaries who operate on behalf of nation states or criminal groups with the aim of stealing sensitive data, causing harm or exploiting federal and military systems.
Particularly at the state and local levels, the number of cybersecurity-related jobs already outnumbers people qualified to fill them, and that demand is growing rapidly. To counter that shortage, some organizations are creating new strategies to organize and recruit cyber professionals.