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The traditional approach to cybersecurity focused on defending the network perimeter. But the emergence of more persistent and dynamic security threats has spurred a wealth of research into new technologies and methodologies for defending the infrastructure.
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You are not likely to hear anyone say investing in cybersecurity is a bad idea. Nevertheless, cybersecurity spending, like everything, is drawing close scrutiny these days. Agenices would be advised to establish clear and defensible budget priorities.
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The Government Accountability continues to push agencies to take a more systematic approach to identifying and assessing the risks associated with their systems and networks. Risk management is required by law – but it’s also common sense. Only when agencies have an accurate measure of how much risk exists can they make smart decisions about how to mitigate that risk.
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Continuous monitoring, which involves regularly assessing the state of critical security controls, is an important component of any cybersecurity strategy. But there’s a catch, experts say. To be truly effective, any such solution must be rolled out enterprise-wide — or blind spots are bound to develop.
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It’s conventional wisdom: During tight fiscal times, the training budget is often the first to get squeezed. But experts say that that would be a mistake when it comes to cybersecurity. For all the advances in automation, the best security strategy still depends on a savvy workforce.
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