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…

Zero Trust: Buzzword or hack-buster?

Trust but verify: a Russian proverb Ronald Reagan often used to characterize U.S.-Russia relations, especially regarding nuclear weapons. The Internet has made it clear that the “trust” part of the proverb may not work so well. Today, we may have…

Why leadership is essential for government cybersecurity – a Q&A with ICIT

The federal government is facing a confluence of factors that make defending their networks increasingly difficult at a time when the number and sophistication of the malicious actors attacking them is only increasing. That’s what we heard when we recently…

Zero Trust: Buzzword or hack-buster?

Trust but verify: a Russian proverb Ronald Reagan often used to characterize U.S.-Russia relations, especially regarding nuclear weapons. The Internet has made it clear that the “trust” part of the proverb may not work so well. Today, we may have…

With cloud migration rampant, it’s time to take cloud security seriously

There’s good reason why the cloud migrations are among the top priorities for government CIOs and IT departments today. The benefits of the cloud are numerous and impossible to ignore. The cloud gives the government increased scalability and flexibility in…