Why machine learning is the right approach for securing multi-platform data environments

The cloud’s scalability, flexibility, and cost savings have federal government agencies replacing some traditional, physical data center infrastructure with cloud services. This also led to the federal “Cloud First” mandate which required agencies to consider available cloud solutions before building…

Leveraging AI and ML to fight back against government cyber threats

This article was contributed by Carolyn Duby, the Solutions Architect and Cyber Security Lead at Cloudera.Gartner anticipates an estimated 300 percent growth in connected devices by 2020 sparked by faster 5G networks bringing an explosion of inexpensive, connected devices. While this…

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…

The role of AI in battling opportunistic malware and ransomware attacks

The ongoing COVID-19 pandemic in our country may be dominating the headlines, but it’s not the only threat that government agencies need to be worried about. While the nation’s attention remains focused on the coronavirus, an old foe is lurking…

Why recent cybersecurity legislation is just window dressing

Representative Ro Khanna (D-Calif.) recently introduced cybersecurity legislation that would, “mandate Congress [to] direct OMB to require cybersecurity training for federal employees and include information on the risks of Internet of Things (IoT) devices…” On the surface, this seems like…

Why recent cybersecurity legislation is just window dressing

Representative Ro Khanna (D-Calif.) recently introduced cybersecurity legislation that would, “mandate Congress [to] direct OMB to require cybersecurity training for federal employees and include information on the risks of Internet of Things (IoT) devices…” On the surface, this seems like…