Firewalling and VPN in the Remote Work Era
A misleading statement from one area of the information security industry falsely argues that the U.S. Government is “sounding the alarm around VPN security.” Actually, the government is acknowledging that remote security solutions like VPN as well as cloud and workload firewalling are now more critical than ever.
Remote Working: Endpoints Have Left the Building
Remote working is top of mind. But increasing the numbers of end-points attached to your agency's network can also increase cyber threats. Are you prepared?
Cisco’s Duo Security Achieves FedRAMP Authorization
For government, security is paramount. So we're pleased to announce that Cisco acquisition Duo Security has achieved FedRAMP authorization.
RFC 8573: Why Trust in Time Matters for Your Network
Your network may use timestamps from a completely untrusted time source within an IP network. RFC 8573 shows how to overcome this.
The Future of Public Sector
Join us for our #FutureofPublicSector blog series to explore what the future may hold, how technology opens doors to possible, and how to enable countries and communities to thrive.
Hosted Collaboration Solution for Defense (HCS-D) Launched
Cisco announces provisional authority to operate (PATO) for Hosted Collaboration Solution for Defense (HCS-D). Cisco HCS-D is a FedRAMP+ authorized, cloud hosted offering with provisional authorization to operate at Impact Level 5 (IL 5).
Should governments pay extortion payments after a ransomware attack?
When it comes to ransomware attacks this year, it’s been a tale of three cities. In May, the city of Baltimore suffered a massive ransomware attack that took many of its...
Zero Trust for Government Networks: 6 Steps You Need to Know
Zero Trust security is an architectural model for network security. Find out the 6 Steps to Zero Trust and its “never trust, always verify, enforce least privilege” approach.