How multi-factor authentication is bolstering federal agencies’ cybersecurity postures

As threats to password security have increased in recent years, multi-factor authentication (MFA) has rapidly gained popularity as a method for increasing the assurance of authentication for federal government networks and applications. MFA is important, as it hardens the cybersecurity…

Modern strategies federal agencies can take for endpoint management and the migration to cloud

When COVID-19 reached American shores, most of the federal government agencies moved their processes and procedures online, accelerating a digital transformation that has been underway for decades. While the pandemic demonstrated the tremendous potential digital transformation presents to federal government…

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.…

More scalable AND secure –Brian Schoepfle of AWS on the security benefits of government cloud initiatives

In 2011, the Office of Management and Budget (OMB) released the Federal Cloud Computing Strategy, also known as “Cloud First.” The purpose of Cloud First was to mandate the Federal Government’s transition to the cloud, which would facilitate the modernization…