Structured partnerships and effective collaboration are key to effective cybersecurity, state IT execs say.
By providing a secure and easy-to-use digital mechanism for verifying vaccination status, governments can build a secure and trusted foundation for future digital health care initiatives.
States are starting to require agencies to report all cyberattacks, including ransomware, to improve overall defenses.
The unit dedicated to ensuring the cybersecurity of New York state agencies, local governments and public authorities is behind the curve, a new audit finds.
To ramp up authentication safeguards, agencies should monitor for leaked credentials, enforce agencywide access controls and promptly share threat information with the appropriate authorities.
The Department of Homeland Security’s Cybersecurity Talent Management System updates the agency’s practices around hiring, compensating and developing employees.
To protect Active Directory credentials, standard identity security strategies must include multifactor authentication, zero trust and defense-in-depth, according to former CISA Director Chris Krebs.
A new binding operational directive puts federal civilian agencies on a six-month clock to remediate known vulnerabilities.
These 12 projects at the federal, state and local levels show just how transformative government IT can be.
The Isolated Secure Laboratory Environment allows a wide range of operating systems, configurations, software and instruments to be joined onto a highly secure autonomous network.