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Email authentication is extremely powerful, but it requires careful configuration of DNS, intimate knowledge of the email infrastructure of thousands of sending services, constant monitoring, and rapid updating to respond to attacks and changes in cloud services. Most IT departments find that organizational friction and specific technical hurdles hinder implementation and stop them from getting to enforcement.
The prevalence of data breaches and cyberattacks has put government agency IT managers and CIOs on edge. Security paradigms that once seemed straightforward are no longer sufficient. The missing link is visibility — a full view of their networks — says Marlin McFate, Federal CTO at Riverbed during a recent webcast, “Cyber Readiness Built on Network Visibility.”
Ensuring security in the cloud can be a complex process, but it can also be more effective than securing traditional data centers. Federal agencies continue to embrace the cloud in increasing numbers to both comply with federal mandates such as Cloud First and to reap the benefits of working in the cloud.