Guest Columns

The real question we should ask about FedRAMP costs

by • 4 years ago

Does FedRAMP certification cost too much? Some recent reports cite a price tag in the millions, but are they accurate? A close look at the data indicates that they may be wildly inflated — and that critics may be asking the wrong question, anyway.

Securing the future of federal networks with open standards

by • 4 years ago

For the past few years, consolidation has been a key buzzword within federal government circles, but the concept isn’t really all that new.

The internet is breaking. Here’s how to save it.

by • 4 years ago

We could lose this internet. Or we could save it.

Left wide open: Encryption and the public sector

by • 4 years ago

Commentary: HyTrust co-founder and President Eric Chu lays out the reasons encryption is easier said than done in the public sector.

Do we need a new language to describe cybersecurity?

by • 4 years ago

Cybersecurity terms like “zero-day attack” and “advanced persistent threat” carry connotations of armed conflict.

Why you can’t decide (And what to do about it)

by • 4 years ago

Commentary: The rapidly changing digital world can leave tech executives feeling overwhelmed when they're faced with charting the course of their company's cybersecurity strategy.

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