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While reports of large organization suffering from cybersecurity breaches continue to emerge, we believe that comprehensive and customizable end-to-end IT security not only dramatically reduces the risks of being compromised but can also have a tremendous benefit to the institution. ThinkShield goes beyond simple endpoint security, with solutions that create huge efficiencies, streamline IT administration, improve the end-user experience.
In November, some voters in at least nine states will cast their ballots electronically on systems that do not leave a paper trail.
The problem is of protecting democracy and securing voting machines is global, and would benefit from an internationally coordinated solution among both advanced and emerging democracies.
Defense Advanced Research and Projects Agency aims to develop a secure, open-source, standards-compliant network stack for 5G networking.
The majority of publicized ransomware attacks in the United States last year targeted local governments.
Exploits that target vulnerabilities in applications and websites are becoming more common as nation-state attacks escalate.
On Jan 31, the Pentagon released the official version 1.0 Cybersecurity Maturity Model Certification, requiring any company doing business with the Department of Defense meet "at least a basic level of cybersecurity standards."
The state is expanding its electronic voting application to better accommodate absentee voters with physical disabilities despite concerns from security experts.
Adopting a DevSecOps approach as the foundation of cloud initiatives lets application, security and operations teams work together as a collaborative team.
New York is considering bills that prohibit local governments from using taxpayer money to pay ransoms.
As the 2020 election season takes off, states are pushing for tighter security and broader participation through online options.
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