Taking the Challenge Out of Embracing Event Logging

There has been an increased focus among U.S. government agencies on adapting to modern IT environments and enhancing cybersecurity solutions. This increased focus on security government networks, data, and critical infrastructure is a result of ongoing digital transformation initiatives that…

How Network Visibility Empowers Robust Zero Trust Cybersecurity for Government IT

It is common knowledge that any defense is only as good as its weakest link. An adversary only needs one momentary lapse in coverage to find an avenue for attack and to exploit it. This has been true for generations…

A Re-Introduction to a Zero Trust Model with NETSCOUT’s Andrew Green

By releasing last May’s “Executive Order on Improving the Nation’s Cybersecurity,”  which asked all federal agencies to put a plan on paper to embrace a zero trust approach to cybersecurity, the Biden Administration effectively illustrated that zero trust is no…

White House Highlights Zero Trust in 2022 Government Cybersecurity

Late last month, the Office of Management and Budget (OMB) released a memorandum that offered updated security guidance for federal agencies. Guidance issued by OMB lays the framework or foundation for how federal civilian agencies should operate. And this new…

The Colonial Pipeline Hack: It’s Real, It Will Happen Again, and We Must Be Prepared

Hackers recently attacked computer systems belonging to the Colonial Pipeline company, forcing them to shut down operations and inhibiting delivery of diesel fuel, gasoline, and jet fuel throughout the East Coast of the United States.  This pipeline is not just…