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.…

Four Automation Targets That Can Help Overcome the Federal Cyber Workforce Shortage

Since the beginning of the COVID pandemic, cyberattacks have become increasingly frequent and sophisticated, looking to leverage a changing IT landscape that resulted as government agencies and their IT teams worked to enable the “new normal” of a distributed workforce.…

Improving Cyber Situational Awareness with Compliance Automation

Today’s federal government and military are facing workforce shortages and vacancies in many important positions. However, none of these vacancies are as potentially harmful to the security of our nation as the shortages that exist in our federal cybersecurity workforce.…

Nation-state attack on government validates concerns about AppSec and supply chain security

One of the top trends that we witnessed covering government and military cybersecurity in 2020 – aside from the massive upswing in threats that accompanied the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic – was a renewed and increased focus on securing the supply…

What your organization needs to know about CMMC

The Cybersecurity Maturity Model Certification (CMMC) is a new requirement from the U.S. Department of Defense (DoD). It mandates that DoD contractors obtain third-party certification to ensure appropriate levels of cybersecurity practices are in place to meet “basic cyber hygiene,” as well…