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October 8th, 2020
Read the latest insights from Government Cybersecurity thought leaders and additional research from GovTech on the Carahsoft Community Blog.
- Cybersecurity, F5 Labs, FireEye, GovTech, GovTech 2020, IIG, Innovation in Government, McAfee, Palo Alto Networks, RSA, Secureworks
June 19th, 2020
Read the latest 2020 insights from industry thought leaders in Government Performance and Innovation on Carahsoft's Communty Blog.
July 9th, 2018
Rather than a narrow focus, agencies are taking a broader view of threats. These more comprehensive evaluations are known as digital risk management.
October 18th, 2016
Ransomware isn’t a new threat for government agencies. These attack programs first appeared in 1989 and have continuously evolved to match new systems and security protocols.
July 5th, 2016
The increasingly ubiquitous use of mobile devices by government employees is making endpoint security both more complex and more necessary. Many agencies looking to modernize device security are focused on user experience but they must also be vigilant around cyber-attacks. Both external and internal threats are constantly evolving, becoming more sophisticated and dangerous, and posing serious security challenges to an increasingly-connected workforce. From unification to thorough cybersecurity, there are several key factors CISOs, CTOs, and other agency security leaders should consider when implementing cyber protocols on organizational endpoints.
February 9th, 2016
At our 2015 Cyber Playbook event, a number of government and industry speakers discussed the vulnerabilities around Domain Name System (DNS), pointing to it as a key topic for IT teams in 2016. Even though DNS breaches have been on the rise over the past few years, many agencies aren’t even aware that their DNS needs protecting.
October 16th, 2015
Organizations spend millions of dollars to ensure that their networks are protected from external hackers. However, this effort for security is usually a blind one; many organizations are trying to protect themselves without full knowledge of their vulnerabilities and cybersecurity status. These external threats come in various forms: lone-wolf hackers who act alone without any group affiliation, organized crime groups who plan to publically expose an organization’s data, and even foreign governments.
October 13th, 2015
Most people don’t like to compromise; people dislike it even more when it is a compromise of our network. We recently hosted a webinar with RSA to highlight the ways you can see a compromise coming and perhaps even stop it before it becomes an incident. The webinar went into detail on the following 15 signs:
June 24th, 2015
In the wake of devastating hacks across many government agencies in the past year, it’s more important than ever to confront malicious cyber attackers and threats in your agency’s network.