For most agencies, a combination of security products create a formidable defense.
When the help desk is familiar with agency- and user-specific issues, it can eliminate gaps in communication, reduce response times, cut waste and create value.
Because it’s not possible to scale up the cybersecurity talent pool fast enough to address escalating threats, artificial intelligence approaches to cybersecurity automation provide a highly desirable solution.
Windows 10 marks a fundamental shift in the way agencies will manage and deploy system upgrades and cumulative patches.
To make the cloud more secure, IT teams must adopt a proactive, real-time approach to protecting it, taking advantage of agile software development and better monitoring capabilities.
By virtualizing network functions, IT managers can make their enterprise networks not only easier and more cost effective to manage, but also far more secure.
In the ever-changing mobile world, a sound strategy includes the careful selection of projects and technologies that facilitate agility and flexibility.
Market forces and the fear of liability may ultimately make the voluntary guidelines the de facto standard for public- and private-sector cybersecurity.
Advice for those starting down the long and difficult road toward cloud authorization by the Federal Risk and Authorization Management Program.
When the day comes that the federal government can entrust private-sector companies with maintaining its cloud environments, some magical things could happen.