Six Strategies to Minimize Your Agency’s IT Attack Surface

Recent events around the world have demonstrated that there are countless attack vectors which cybercriminals can exploit to gain access to your network, and your data. With cyberattacks costing their victims millions of dollars, being able to prevent these malicious…

Bolstering Multi-Cloud Security with Identity Management

As organizations adapt to hybrid work and more and more cloud services are deployed, new service entities that collaborate and exchange data without human interaction, such as virtual machines and containers, are proliferating. The growth of these service accounts and…

How the U.S. Department of the Navy is Approaching Zero Trust

This article originally appeared on the DLT Solutions official blog and can be found here. The U.S. Navy and Marine Corps are grappling with the multi-headed hydra that is cybersecurity. At the Department of Navy (DON) IT Conference 2022, the…

With Reliable Document Management, Government IT can be Both Efficient and Secure

This article originally appeared in GovDevSecOpsHub and can be found here. Up until recently, the federal government was among the biggest consumers of paper, using it as a way to safely and securely store information without fear of prying eyes.…

A 360-Degree Outlook on the Cybersecurity Landscape

Cybersecurity is no longer considered a problem to be solved – it’s now a risk to be managed. Over the last decade, the cybersecurity landscape has solidified itself as a primary component of any government agency’s IT infrastructure. With today’s…

Four Best Practices for Leveraging the Cloud for Data Protection

Everything is not the same for applications and data, so why treat everything the same for cloud cyber security and data protection? This question was the primary driver of a recent webinar hosted by Quest, titled Best Practices for Using…

Three DDoS Lessons Learned from the 2H 2021 Threat Intel Report

NETSCOUT recently released the latest installment of its Threat Intelligence Report, which features the insights and information extrapolated from the data generated by NETSCOUT ASERT in their work defending the networks of government agencies and large enterprises from DDoS atatcks.…

A New Global Pandemic – Threat Intelligence Report Shows Massive Uptick in DDoS Attacks

NETSCOUT recently released its semi-annual Threat Intelligence Report with deep insights into the notably distributed denial-of-service (DDoS) and cyber activity during the second half of 2021. The report contains troves of valuable information about the ongoing threat posed to organizations…

How Network Visibility Empowers Robust Zero Trust Cybersecurity for Government IT

It is common knowledge that any defense is only as good as its weakest link. An adversary only needs one momentary lapse in coverage to find an avenue for attack and to exploit it. This has been true for generations…

A Re-Introduction to a Zero Trust Model with NETSCOUT’s Andrew Green

By releasing last May’s “Executive Order on Improving the Nation’s Cybersecurity,”  which asked all federal agencies to put a plan on paper to embrace a zero trust approach to cybersecurity, the Biden Administration effectively illustrated that zero trust is no…