Tag Archives: cybersecurity
A new paper on cybersecurity was released this month by the Atlantic Council.
While it may seem that every year is designated the “Year of Government Cybersecurity,” 2017 may be a bit different.
The Department of Homeland Security (DHS) is using agile development and revised contracting techniques to more rapidly innovate with new technology.
When it comes to cybersecurity, no network defense is ever air tight. And there’s no better way to identify vulnerabilities than to have a trusted party (often called a White Hat) attempt to hack into your network.
The cybersecurity threat is constantly evolving, due to the nature of computing. It’s an endless cat and mouse game, in which too often the attackers invent new intrusion methods to stay one step ahead of network defenders.
U.S. CIO Tony Scott mandated this past summer that all agencies implement two-factor authentication to improve cybersecurity.
The networks of the Defense Information Systems Agency (DISA) are subjected to constant cyber attack, and that’s keeping the new commander, Lt.
Despite investing billions of dollars into cybersecurity, federal agencies are struggling to keep pace with threats that are ever-changing.
Across the IT security space, there has been a growing school of thought that acknowledges no security is impregnable.
Each year Federal Computer Week comes out with it’s Fed 100 List – a compilation of federal IT professionals who are shining example of public service.