The changing role of cyber resiliency planning for government agencies

The ongoing COVID-19 pandemic forced government agencies to expedite their digital transformation initiatives and embrace new technologies in an effort to enable their workforces to operate remotely. With the potential for employees to possibly get sick or perish, agencies moved…

The three weak links in the Connectivity Supply Chain and how to protect it

At NETSCOUT, we refer to all of the technologies and services that enable companies and individuals to stay connected to the internet as the Connectivity Supply Chain. This includes services that underpin all interconnected devices—enterprise Internet of Things (IoT) devices…

Five characteristics of a true XDR solution

This article is part of a larger piece that was published on the CrowdStrike blog. To read the original in its entirety, click HERE. Many of today’s government agencies rely on a collection of disparate security tools to identify and…

Three tips to secure government IT data from Quest’s Chris Roberts

There is a rising star in the world of IT and cybersecurity, it has been on the rise for years, even decades, but recent events have propelled it to even grander heights. Having a grasp on this element can make…

Four necessary considerations for securing cloud-based government IT

Government IT is unique from enterprise IT in many varied and distinct ways, however, one that transcends both the public and private sectors is the need to balance money in with money out. When looking towards a future with more…

Senior IBM leaders explain how to bolster security in the era of digital transformation

The cybersecurity threat landscape is constantly evolving, and the cyber threats facing today’s government and military organizations are becoming increasingly sophisticated. This rising threat – and some of the workplace and technology changes that are happening across all levels of…

How a Zero Trust Approach to Security Can Prepare Government IT for the Sophisticated Cyber Threats of 2022

Even though Cybersecurity Awareness Month has ended, it’s important to keep the discussion about securing government networks going year-round. While the need for cybersecurity has not necessarily changed, the ways cybercriminals operate have become far more sophisticated than ever before.…

NETSCOUT’s Chief Solutions Architect on the future of cybersecurity

Cybersecurity Awareness Month may be over but that doesn’t mean the focus on the future of cybersecurity is any less important for federal agencies. In fact, as many organizations may see more of their workforce working remotely in the upcoming…

Quest’s Chris Robert unpacks the 2021 cybersecurity landscape and discusses what to expect in 2022

Last month, the worldwide IT community recognized and celebrated Cybersecurity Awareness Month, a time where cyber professionals from around the globe reflected on the cybersecurity landscape from the past year and explored how to make online ecosystems more safe and…

GovCyberHub Podcast – Can government agencies get cyber insurance?

Large-scale cyberattacks are no longer rare in the news cycle. Your standard frontpage news is highlighting a new cyberattack seemingly every day due to the frequency and severity of the breaches of 2021. That’s because cyber threats are getting more…