Giving network defenders an edge with AI- and ML-embedded platforms
Modern unified technology platforms will help federal agencies achieve a common operating picture of their networks and respond to threats faster, says a security expert.
Technology and policy advances enable federal moves to achieve zero-trust
Zero-trust guidelines from OMB and NIST, and Cisco’s integration of Duo Security cloud-based identity solutions, bolster agency efforts to move beyond perimeter defense.
ATARC launches test lab for agencies’ TIC 3.0 solutions
The government can experiment with how emerging technology will affect its cloud architecture.
How the Intelligence Community can modernize legacy TDM networks — and lower costs
Modern circuit-to-packet technology offers IC agencies a better way to maintain critical enterprise data systems running on expiring technologies.
Defense Innovation Board wants to help DOD understand zero trust
"The traditional notion of perimeter-based security is no longer sufficient," board member Kurt DelBene said at a quarterly meeting of the DIB.
Identity authentication tools agencies can use to move towards zero trust
Government networks remain vulnerable to breaches from phishing attacks. Security experts in a new podcast outline solutions to tighten identity authentication controls.