IT Security in Government
Accelerate government’s zero trust journey with cloud native security
The increased pace and boldness of cyberattacks has government leaders evaluating existing security investments and prioritizing the implementation of zero trust architectures.
Security 2021: Focus on authentication and identity controls
A cybersecurity architect reflects on security lessons from the rush to enable remote workers — and what’s on the radar for federal security chiefs in the new year.
Why the economic pendulum is swinging in favor of managed services
Verizon Data Breach Investigation Report pegs managed services as key factor for making big reductions in threat-discovery time and augmenting workforce.
Cloud and AI key to managing risk for government agencies
IT leaders are overwhelmed with security and regulation requirements. But using AI-enabled tools and a holistic cloud strategy can help agencies better mitigate security risk.
CDM holds untapped value for agency cyberdefense programs
Agency leaders can turn CDM reporting requirements into a boon for their security teams, ultimately lowering costs on duplicative security and monitoring tools.
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.