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Security Intelligence and Analytics in the Public Sector: Focus On The Mission At Hand

As state agencies, civilian agencies and military branches grow more dependent on systems and communications in cyberspace, defending the underlying infrastructure and information and the data it transports is absolutely essential to our nation’s security and well-being. Cyber threats are…

Compromised Credentials Monitoring: The Flashpoint Advantage

Flashpoint Compromised Credentials Monitoring (CCM) allows users to monitor exposure of compromised credentials for their employee and customer email addresses to take action after breaches to mitigate risk of account takeover (ATO). First to Access Fresh Breach Data: Ability to…

Why Does Asset Management Matter for Cybersecurity?

The line between IT and Security is blurring. What was once a simple delineation between keeping information safe and providing the tools necessary to get work done is no longer clear. This white paper explores why asset management — once…

Delivering Government Data Context: Security and Governance in Support of Your Agency Mission

In an increasingly hybrid technology ecosystem, government agencies find it difficult to operationalize their vast data holdings. The information is there in abundance, but leaders still struggle to apply consistent security, governance, and intelligence across their valuable data sets. The…

Just how vulnerable is the 2020 election to outside interference?

Editor’s Note: The 2020 election is set, with both tickets identified and candidates preparing to accept their parties’ nominations at their national conventions in the coming weeks. Those national conventions will look and feel very different from years past, when…

Why increased cyber vigilance is needed within the education sector – a Q&A with Otavio Freire

Cybersecurity attacks are on the rise across all spectrums of society, including institutions of higher education. Malware, ransomware, and spear-phishing attacks against universities and colleges have increased, especially since the move to remote learning has become a necessity. Increased vigilance…

“Some Things Haven’t Changed” – Chris Wilkinson discusses the difficult task of defending government networks

Just last month, the Prime Minister of Australia, Scott Morrison, announced that his country was facing a massive cyberattack that was impacting, “Australian organizations across a range of sectors, including all levels of government, industry, political organizations, education, health, essential…

How the New Jersey Cybersecurity and Communications Integration Cell Works to Protects Against a “Cyber 9-11”

Increasingly sophisticated malicious actors can use a growing number of vectors to attack a government’s network infrastructure, and because governments, like organizations of all kinds, are more reliant on the network than ever, the prospect of a disruptive, and even…

Ohio Chief Information Officer Highlights Challenges for State Cybersecurity

All governments, be they at the federal, state, or local level, need to invest in a cybersecurity infrastructure that is vigilantly monitored and maintained.  Part of the reason is that governments of all sizes need to deal with motives and…