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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.
Ransomware defense starts with smarter backup and recovery plans
State IT leaders can reduce the cost and disruption of ransomware threats by proactively safeguarding data before it’s attacked, report says.
IAM solutions that help deter ransomware and cyberthreats at agencies
State and local agency CIOs can take advantage of modern identity and access management tools to mitigate cyberthreats against critical data, report says.
What state agencies can learn from Utah’s IAM consolidation
Utah shows how centralizing identity and access management saves millions, improves user experience and prepares agencies for more ambitious IT projects.
Eliminate paper-based invoicing to save valuable government resources
Agency CFOs and CIOs alike can benefit from investing in automated invoicing and payment systems. A cloud-based service would pay for itself in less than a year.
How state agencies can streamline users' online experience using IAM
A modern identity and access management platform plays a central role in the overhaul of the Texas.gov portal.
Why cyberthreat intelligence offers the best defense against agency cyberattacks
A new briefing report advises government IT leaders on how to gain an upper hand against cyberthreats by leaning on timely, accurate and relevant information.
How agencies are reducing travel and expense errors with automated tools
Modernized expense reporting tools are helping organizations cut down on errors by up to 60 percent, improving financial transparency and employee productivity.
How to reduce IT friction and better serve first responders
Emergency management officials in California, Florida and Houston highlight steps their agencies are taking to improve connectivity and interoperability for faster response.