Securing Government: It all starts at the DNS Layer
One common thread between cyber-attacks is external communication. Malicious communication typically starts, or is exploited, at the DNS layer. Find out how to defend it.
Cybersecurity: A spooky tech-tale for Halloween
In the world of government IT, ghosts and goblins often take a different form: destructive malware. Enjoy a spine-tingling story of tech-terror , “Tales from the Crypt-omines”
The Surprisingly High Cost of Malware in Schools — And How to Stop It
Compared to banks and enterprise corporations and government agencies, who would think that schools would be prime targets for cyberattacks? Surprisingly, education is actually the industry most at risk of...
Cisco Government Blogs awarded “Must-Read” status: Check out our Top 5 for 2017
Once again, Cisco Government blogs have been named a top “Must-Read” by industry leaders (including StateTech and FedTech magazines). From Smart Cities to Cybersecurity and Digital Transformation to Digital Acceleration, we’re honored to be recognized for our vision and thought leadership in both the State/Local and Federal spaces. So as 2017 comes to a close we […]
Securing Your Retail Network with Cisco SAFE in the Age of WannaCry
Thousands of companies around the globe were affected this week by a major ransomware attack called WannaCry. Ransomware is a type of cyberattack that encrypts data until the user pays a specified fee, and is one of the industry’s top evolving cyberthreats. As these and other threats continue to proliferate, the Cisco SAFE Threat Defense […]
Holistic Cyber Security Solutions Enable Digitization and Better Experiences for Video Service Providers
Hackers are in the news every day. If it is not Hillary or the DNC emails from WikiLeaks, we hear about racist hate speech appearing on unsuspecting Charter cable subscriber’s screens in Texas. These latest breeches are on the heels of very high profile attacks at TV5Monde where live streams were hijacked and Talk Talk’s […]