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October 3rd, 2016
Cybersecurity in government is no longer an afterthought. Security officers are helping to strategically design their networks and systems to comply with cyber demands from the moment they begin considering acquiring a new solution. The entire government cybersecurity community, including industry, academia, executives, and agencies themselves, have committed to work together to counter threats intelligently.
- Akamai, Anomali, CyberArk, CyberSponse, FireEye, HPE, HyTrust, NIST, Recorded Future, Resilient Systems, Splunk, Symantec, Tripwire, Vormetric
February 2nd, 2016
As the volume of IT solutions on the market continues to grow, it becomes more and more difficult to decide which tools will best serve the unique needs of your agency or organization. Agency data is growing at an unprecedented rate, and will continue to grow exponentially in 2016, demanding that IT teams find innovative ways to store and categorize these increasing data quantities.
October 12th, 2015
When thinking about a hacker, most people imagine a person sitting in a shadow-filled basement, working furiously on their computer to crack network security codes. Generally, what people are not thinking of is the coworker sitting right next to them. Insider hacking – whether malicious or unintentional – can cause even more harm than external hackers because of their knowledge of the organization’s network resources and the opportunity to access them. In fact, insider attacks were the most costly breaches of 2015.