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SASE: A new vision of the security perimeter for enterprise networks

by • 2 days ago

With the bulk of access needs moving off-premise, public sector and higher education leaders should be rethinking security paradigms, say security experts.

How open technology and process help the public sector innovate

by • 6 days ago

Adopting cloud-native development tools can help agencies speed up application development and improve security.

Using modern identity tools to limit fraud, waste and abuse

by • 4 weeks ago

Digital services for citizens are increasingly important. By using cloud-based identity tools, agencies can mitigate abuse of funds and help those most in need.

How states can stand up reliable contact tracing programs at scale

by • 1 month ago

A new partnership between Okta and allows public partners to quickly and easily deploy a comprehensive contact tracing solution in weeks.

Supporting children and families by tackling internet disparity in communities

by • 2 months ago

Government agencies can bring internet access to disadvantaged communities but should act before the end of the year to access federal funding, say experts.

4 reasons SLTTs need network monitoring systems

by • 5 months ago

Ransomware attacks against state, local, tribal and territorial government entities are on the rise, requiring comprehensive cyberdefense programs that won’t break the bank.

Six ways to combat ransomware with modern network security

by • 10 months ago

State and local agencies are increasingly targeted for ransomware attacks. A new report shares steps that can minimize risk.

7 steps to help prevent and limit the impact of ransomware

by • 1 year ago

When ransomware attacks do strike, every minute counts to notify your organization and investigate quickly, say experts.

Disrupting ransomware with security best practices

by • 1 year ago

Ransomware attacks are a favorite tactic among cybercriminals; the payouts can be big and fast. Two cities in Florida, for example, paid almost $1 million this past summer after their computer systems were paralyzed.