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With a tailored approach, layered defenses and data analysis tools, agencies can reduce their vulnerability to phishing attacks.
Government agencies must update their policies so they can continue to leverage the flexibility of buying off-the-shelf products while still meeting stringent security requirements.
A new solution dynamically vets and authorizes first responders and their devices so they can access and share information when they are participating in incidents outside their home jurisdiction.
Cities must develop a deep understanding of the devices and software on their networks and anticipate how a cybercriminal could exploit their technology.
Following recent ransomware attacks in Texas and Louisiana, the National Guard is considering expanding its cybersecurity vulnerability assessment pilot.
Organizations that embrace a dependable backup and recovery solution are more secure and resilient in the face of cyberthreats, operational outages and other disruptions.
Transportation Security Administration agents at airports will warn travelers without Real ID-compliant driver’s licenses that they have just 13 months to get one.
Amazon Web Services said it will proactively scan for misconfiguration errors like the one that enabled the recent hack of Capital One data stored on the AWS cloud.
A safer, more expansive cybersecurity infrastructure empowers the nation's defend-forward strategy, allowing government to mediate emerging threats from across the globe.
Ongoing attacks demonstrate why agencies must move to a zero-trust model of IT security, where nothing inside or outside the network perimeter is automatically trusted.
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