4 key ways to securing federal government networks

For the federal government, truly securing its IT infrastructures, networks, and systems requires embracing modern, cybersecurity frameworks and dogmas in a big way. One security architecture that government agencies are being strongly encouraged to adopt is zero trust. Zero trust…

Government Cybersecurity 2022 Priorities from Quest’s Chris Roberts

Government cybersecurity is at a critical junction. Faced with the rising threat of cyberattacks against physical supply chains and critical infrastructure, government agencies and organizations are looking for ways to safeguard their networks while still providing citizens with the service…

Quest’s Chris Roberts Shares Four Tenets for Securing Government Networks in 2022

Experts anticipate that cybersecurity will be just as large of a challenge and a priority for government networks in 2022 as it was last year. Ultimately, as government agencies have embraced digital transformation initiatives that have fundamentally altered how they…

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…

Federal Zero Trust: Agencies have questions, Quest and DLT have answers

In the last few years, there has been a dramatic increase in both the number and sophistication levels of cyberattacks against federal agencies. And with a record number of federal employees relying on remote work technologies, agency network perimeters are…

Government Digital Transformation and Modernization in Just Three Easy Steps

The need for modernized information technology at government agencies is long-established, but progress toward transformation is often slow-moving. As recently as 2019, the Government Accountability Office found that 10 critical systems at 10 agencies were eight to 51 years old.…