The threat landscape is evolving and increasing in size. Cyberthieves are trying new techniques and methods for exploiting humans and devices. Ensure your agency is staying ahead of these security threats with these 3 keys to an analytics-driven security approach.
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Federal agencies have made significant strides in adopting cloud technologies. But a new survey of government IT leaders reveals that how agencies commit their IT investments plays a key role in their ability to modernize their IT systems, deploy microservices and leverage artificial intelligence. The survey also reveals how IT leaders anticipate shifting investment commitments over the next two years and the primary benefits they expect to gain.
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Extending network security to the desktop has become necessary at a time of exponential increases in cyberattacks. The risk to data, IP and critical infrastructure is unrelenting. Belkin's products provide a much-needed layer of protection by maintaining desktops' air-gap isolation and improving operators' efficiency and effectiveness. Belkin's tamper-proof solutions have earned NIAP Protection Profile 3.0 certification.
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DHS has mandated DMARC email authentication to protect .GOV domains from fraud and malicious emails. However, implementing DMARC can be difficult to implement and maintain in complex government enterprises. In this whitepaper, you'll learn about a solution that offers a turnkey "email authentication as a service" product for U.S. federal agencies and .GOV domains that provides worldwide visibility to all email senders using your domain. This solution fixes common challenges implementing DMARC so you never unintentionally block good email and offers a cost effective and streamlined path to DHS BOD 18-01 compliance.
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The universe of IT tools developed to help government agencies achieve their missions is rapidly expanding. So, too, the means for acquiring them. GSA has moved to streamline acquisition of IT tools and services that combat cyberhackers, migrate operations to the cloud and use professional-services providers, to name a few.
Cyberattacks continue to grow more sophisticated, so government agencies must continuously improve their cybersecurity efforts and techniques, and comply with myriad cybersecurity regulations. To help agencies, the General Services Administration (GSA) offers the Highly Adaptive Cybersecurity Services (HACS) (132-45A-D), simplifies procuring cybersecurity technology and services, including penetration testing, incident response services, Cyber Hunt services, and Risk and Vulnerability Assessments.
Agencies are starting to realize that identity and access management (IAM) is critical to the success of digital initiatives. In this enterprise outlook, we explore how to develop a strong IAM through cloud-based models and multi-factor authentication.
Sponsored By Okta
Even as a more technologically savvy workforce is emerging at a time of digital innovation, the potential still exists for new and increased insider threats. Because of this cultural shift, government agencies are starting to adapt their views on security, and implementing new processes and solutions for mitigating evolving threats. Download this digital dialogue to learn more highlights from our recent cybersecurity webcast series.
Sponsored By Forcepoint
The traditional concept of security has changed dramatically and continues to change. Between the dissolving network perimeter, mobile devices, and running workloads on the cloud, the challenge of ensuring a consistent security posture requires a new approach. The focus has shifted to continuous monitoring of all network endpoints wherever they may exist and ensuring data protection by enforcing more thorough and consistent identity policies. Agencies must ensure people logging on to their network are truly who they claim to be. This Enterprise Outlook report “Identity-Driven Security” will help inform your choices and strategies as you navigate this changing security landscape.
Sponsored By Microsoft Azure Government
Over the years, the architecture of wireless local area networks (WLANs) has evolved to keep pace with changing wireless needs and updated 802.11 standards and amendments. As WLAN has become more critical and reliable, the concept of an all-wireless office is becoming a reality for many organizations.
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