SteelCloud COO on why federal government agencies should take full advantage of the commercial cloud

As the federal government continues to ride the waves of digital transformation and network modernization, one decision that many agencies have decided to make has been to migrate their applications, workloads, and services – which have been traditionally managed on-prem…

How federal agencies can protect themselves from Active Directory attack paths

At the forefront of almost all of today’s cybersecurity discussions within federal government agencies are attack paths. But what are attack paths, and what makes Active Directory particularly vulnerable to them? And what can government agencies do to protect themselves?…

Why do federal government agencies need data democratization?

When looking for an explanation of data democratization, you will most certainly find a few common themes, such as how it makes digital information accessible to the average user and gives people the tools to understand and make quick decisions.…

5 Zero Trust Best Practices for Federal Government Networks

For federal government agencies who are beginning to implement zero trust cybersecurity frameworks for their IT networks, it is critical to understand that the architecture should be based on the idea of “never trust, always verify.” This means that every…

Why a zero trust framework is the most effective at securing federal agency networks

As malicious cyber actors continue to improve and refine their techniques of penetrating and exploiting vulnerabilities in federal government agency networks, the single verification cybersecurity models that agencies have historically implemented are no longer capable of preventing breaches and attacks.…