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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
September 23rd, 2016
In 1996, NIST developed FIPS, or the Federal Information Processing Standards, under the Information Technology Management Reform Act (Public Law 104-106). The act was originally issued to establish technology standards for non-military government agencies; the act has since evolved to keep up with the IT landscape, including mobility.
November 18th, 2015
With shorter, colder days upon us, it is a great time of year to curl up with a hot beverage and take in a good book. Since more and more of us are doing that reading on devices rather than paper, we wanted to throw a few e-book options into your reading queue. And while these stories may not be bound for big screen adaptations, the issues discussed within these pages are real and address the challenges we face each day.
June 8th, 2015
Our spotlight series continues with our look at what news is coming out of the Department of Commerce. Commerce, by virtue of the agencies housed under it, has a tremendous amount of data relevant to the U.S. public at large. In fact, Commerce entities rank in the top four or five on the top 10 list of web traffic.
March 24th, 2015
Earlier this year, NIST released a comprehensive document that provides government technology leaders with a guideline for selecting secure mobile applications to improve the security of a mobile workforce.