Advancements in virtual tech can reduce IT staff firefighting duties while delivering enhanced help-desk services to employees.
Many public sector organizations still have not set up policies to preserve text messages in the same way they save and manage emails.
Law enforcement officials say social media is key for both outreach and investigatory purposes, a recent survey shows.
By protecting sensitive data, training staff to recognize threats and building a reliable response plan, agencies can ensure that a ransomware attack won’t create the ultimate crisis.
A standardized and repeatable process for the IT department and the program managers allows for advice, guidance and review of security and privacy at every step of the process.
We can strengthen cyber deterrence by improving cybersecurity, employing active defenses and establishing international norms for cyberspace.
Automation can give developers confidence in open-source components’ security, licensing and quality.
To support digital transformation, today's agency networks must provide reliability, high-performance access and secure modern storage.
Biometric data capture, ID verification and algorithmic intelligence technologies will enhance the coverage, responsiveness and flexibility of border protection efforts.
Agencies considering implementing a body-worn camera program need a scalable, secure data storage infrastructure.