How agencies can mitigate cyber risks from unmanaged devices
Though agencies loosened “bring-your-own-device” policies last year, they can still stay ahead of cyberthreats by integrating dynamic access policies.
Strategies to drive better outcomes from existing security programs
Security advisor Wendy Nather discusses a recent study correlating key security strategies to statistically greater program outcomes — and what that means to state leaders.
When the pandemic broke the traditional security model
Why agency leaders need to reset their assumptions about authentication and look to a better model for security across their network.
Cybersecurity, funding challenges ahead in 2021, says NASCIO
While 2020 presented many challenges, state governments will face new ones in the coming year, two leaders from NASCIO said.
Simplifying the security stack to support long-term telework
Government CISOs need to address the strain on their IT resources as they meet the security needs of agency workers connecting from home, say IT leaders in a podcast.
Security luminary Dug Song dives into securing the surge in remote work
Duo Security co-founder and cybersecurity trailblazer Dug Song on how state and local governments can keep ahead of the security challenges in a working-from-home world.
Strengthening security by improving device visibility
IT security experts share strategies for state and local agencies to get the most of their security tools and gain greater visibility of devices accessing the network.
Steps to fast-track modern security for the remote workforce
Agencies are at a crossroads with security upgrades. As they look to modern tools to respond to current demands, there is an opportunity to think more strategically.
State agencies urged to move beyond login credentials to counter cyber risks
Agencies that still rely on user IDs and passwords alone are most at risk to cyberthreats and should move to stronger identity and authentication technology, says new report.