Even without Microsoft support, agencies can mitigate (but not eliminate) security risks to lingering XP users.
Much of the focus at the Department of Homeland Security has been on improving data sharing among agencies, according to IDC Government Insights.
Analytics software identifies threats to agencies from hackers who use social media sites to launch attacks.
Microsoft aims to make its government-centric cloud as close to the commercial version of Azure as possible, while offering security assurances such as the FedRAMP seal of approval.
Voice-stress analysis can help agencies assess a variety of human risk factors. But so far no technology is 100 percent accurate or foolproof.
The challenge of securing data in use is attracting cloud encryption solutions from industry heavyweights to cloud security startups.
U.S. intelligence agencies are planning to thwart insider threats with a system for automated, continuous monitoring of the background and behavior of government workers with secret clearances.
As Microsoft ends support of Windows XP in April, here are steps to prepare for transitioning to a new OS.
Cloud-based governance, risk and compliance solutions are a logical step for agencies that need to address new rules, consolidate systems and serve their mobile workforce.
The upgrade path of the Defense Department’s Automated Biometrics Identification system remains unclear as the Army confronts test failures and future IT roadblocks.
Office 365 Message Encryption lets IT managers set the conditions for message encryption.
The National Security Agency is sponsoring a competition for the best paper on cybersecurity, part of an effort to promote the practice as a science.