The Postal Service now is using the RedSeal network monitoring platform, originally intended to evaluate firewall rules, to improve situational awareness and operational security across its extended enterprise.
Defending against the steady growth in cyberattacks requires continuous monitoring and automated responses, and that could mean shifting resources.
The proposed profile builds on TCG’s network security architecture to ensure the identity and security status of all devices connecting to a network.
Akamai becomes first provider of distributed content and application delivery services to receive authority to operate cloud services under the government’s FedRAMP cloud security program.
Academic environments are built around sharing information, but securing their networks — and the mobile devices that use them — calls for the same layered approach other organizations use.
A sampling of smartphones and tablets by Fiberlink Communications shows government is more likely than other sectors to require strong passcodes for mobile devices.
A video surveillance system that combines thousands of cameras requires more than technology to be effective.
SecureKey, selected by USPS for the FCCX pilot, already provides a similar bridge service for the Canadian government. FCCX is expected to work much the same way.
With thousands of cameras providing round-the-clock surveillance of Baltimore, the CitiWatch surveillance program turned to a video analysis platform from VidSys to help make sense of all of the data.
The Postal Service will set up a pilot of the Federal Cloud Credential Exchange this fall and begin testing in January, using SecureKey briidge.net Exchange, which already provides similar services for the Canadian government.
The program could move to cover high security requirements or standardize service-level agreements for agencies and providers.
The program's standardized security controls can cover basic services like email and backup storage, but after that it gets complicated.