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…

Fal.Con for Public Sector 2021: OMB’s CISO on where things stand since cybersecurity EO release

For cybersecurity professionals, 2021 has been a year that’s witnessed decades of fears and worries coming to fruition. The year began with panic, as IT professionals dizzyingly reeled and reacted to the massive SolarWinds and Microsoft Exchange Server breaches. In…

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…

When it comes to security, not all cloud providers are equal

All federal government agencies, including the DoD, have been required to adhere to certain compliance requirements. These requirements are meant to inject consistency and confidence in the security of a cloud provider solution. And security is top of mind for…