Cyber defense strategies that focus on protecting people
Cybercriminals are increasingly evolving tactics that narrowly target an organization's most significant security risk — its own people.
BYOD coupled with zero trust can bring more efficiencies to the workforce
With personal devices being used for work-related tasks agencies need to mitigate security risks with zero-trust technology.
Taking a people-centric approach to federal cybersecurity
New research from Proofpoint shows that the majority of cyberattacks are activated by users opening a file, clicking a link, or other types of action.
Security controls that verify users and devices protect agencies from insider threats
Zero-trust security practices make it harder for malicious users to move laterally across a system once they have gained access behind the firewall, report says.
Three best practices to reduce insider cyberthreats
A new white paper advises agencies on ways to strengthen insider-threat detection and optimize IT resources in the fight against malicious users.
How cyberthreat intelligence strengthens defense against cyberattacks
A new briefing report advises government IT leaders on how to gain an upper hand against cyber threats by leaning on timely, accurate and relevant information.