Comply to Connect: The Bridge to Zero Trust
The Comply to Connect (C2C) program is a bridge to Zero Trust access, and with the growth of Iot and IIoT devices it's now critical for DoD security. Learn all about C2C and selecting the right tools to get it done.
Understanding FedRAMP®: How Cisco Umbrella is Getting Authorization
Pull back the curtain on the often mysterious process of FedRAMP® Authorization as Cisco's Will Ash details Cisco Umbrella's amazing journey through the rigorous and thorough maze of testing. Helpful graphic timelines included!
Simply Explained: Ransomware, Phishing, Zero Trust
Cybersecurity affects all, but the industry uses complicated terms that make it hard to understand. For example, what is phishing and how does it work?
For many government agencies, cybersecurity can be an afterthought, a one-off, single product they add on after the fact to meet regulation or protect from basic hacks. What these agencies don’t realize is that cybersecurity isn’t an afterthought – it’s closely tied to an agency’s core mission. Whether that mission is public health, national security, […]
Don’t Risk IT: Cybersecurity Risk Driving IT Modernization
Many federal, state, and local government agencies are operating old, outdated and end-of-life network equipment. You may think this just means slower, less efficient operation – not worth the cost to refresh your infrastructure, right? Wrong. Outdated network equipment is actually a major cybersecurity risk, particularly for government agencies, as it makes networks more susceptible […]
Integration, Consolidation, Automation: Why Cisco Cyber Solutions are Essential for CDM
Cybersecurity for the federal government is increasingly complex. More and more important data is being stored or shared using the Internet, and at the same time, hacks and other cyberattacks are becoming more sophisticated and frequent. Agencies need to stay on the cutting-edge of cyber solutions to ensure critical citizen data and military information are […]