The future of work needs zero trust for better data security
Remote work is here to stay, changing the network perimeter of federal agencies. To adjust, IT leaders must pivot to a zero trust to enhance data security.
Steps for stronger security with modern data backup plans
The increase in remote workers has broadened the risk of cyberattacks. But advanced data backup and recovery strategies can help reduce the risks of attacks, IT leaders say.
Meeting a crisis head-on by refocusing IT service priorities
IT administrators have a window of opportunity to gain wider buy-in for simpler, more adaptable solutions to meet agency needs.
How proactive data backup strategies reduce ransomware risks for agencies
Modern enterprise data systems that align with the NIST risk management guidelines reduce the risk of ransomware threats and proactively safeguard data, report says.
Survey indicates federal agencies lack adequate planning to recover from ransomware attacks
Federal agencies risk losing or compromising critical data from ransomware attacks if they don’t have sufficient policies and recovery systems in place, new study finds.
Architect of the Capitol has weak physical access controls at data center
The report covers physical access control policy concerns about a [redacted] data center at a [redacted] location.