What federal government security architects need to know about zero trust

For the federal government, a zero trust architecture assumes that all traffic on an agency’s internal network is potentially malicious. Consequently, it requires taking measures to: Authenticate all connections Identify all devices, users, applications, and services Ensure that traffic goes…

How the U.S. Department of the Navy is Approaching Zero Trust

This article originally appeared on the DLT Solutions official blog and can be found here. The U.S. Navy and Marine Corps are grappling with the multi-headed hydra that is cybersecurity. At the Department of Navy (DON) IT Conference 2022, the…

Cloud Navigator – Charting a Course to More Secure IT Solutions

This article was originally published on GovDevSecOpsHub, that article can be found here. Today it is quite uncontroversial to say that the cloud is here and that it is not going anywhere anytime soon. Two years ago, this was a…

Happy Holidays from the GovCybersecurityHub

When the calendars rolled over from 2020 to 2021, many Americans breathed a sigh of relief, anxious that a new year would spell the end of many of the large problems plaguing our country. Unfortunately, things didn’t really turn out…

Biden’s Cybersecurity Executive Order Should Worry Hackers

The risks that cyber threats pose to American critical infrastructures, supply chains, and government networks have been forewarned by cybersecurity experts for nearly two decades. On May 7, 2021, hackers from Eastern Europe leveraged a ransomware attack against the Colonial…

Security Considerations Drive Air Force to Get Agile

Software and applications have taken on an outsized role in today’s government – helping agencies and military organizations more effectively and efficiently accomplish their missions and service constituents. But to keep pace with innovation, stay ahead of adversaries and keep…

Security as Code — a faster, safer approach to AppSec

Right in the middle of the holiday season, as much of the world was preparing to take some deserved time off to celebrate with their families and bid 2020 a less-than-fond farewell, some terrible news broke involving a number of…

Five Reasons to Prioritize AppSec in Your Agency

This article was originally published on the Checkmarx blog. Click HERE to see the original article in its entirety. These days, technology is evolving at a pace like never before seen, forcing organizations into an “adapt or die” situation. And,…

Four Ways DevSecOps Improves Application Security

Data breaches occur so frequently that it wouldn’t be surprising if the average American is becoming desensitized to them. It would be even less surprising if they’ve failed to notice that breaches are happening more frequently as cyberattacks increase in…

Why a new approach to encryption is essential for today’s government applications

Over the past decade, the role of software in the federal government has evolved from something that increased operational efficiency or made life easier, to completely mission-critical to agencies and military organizations. Software is key to federal digital transformation initiatives,…