Cyberattacks and the DHS Directive – It’s Time for your Agency to Improve Your Authentication Protocols

By now CIOs across the federal government have seen Emergency Directive 19-1 issued by the Department of Homeland Security, which was issued in response to cyberattacks on DNS infrastructure for several executive branch agency domains. In these attacks, outsiders compromised…

NextGov: Prioritizing for Migration to the Cloud

The Cloud Smart strategic framework for cloud migration has given federal agencies some reassurance that their transition to the cloud doesn’t have to be focused solely on a timeline that could disrupt current processes. If carefully planned, the transition will…

The Top 3 Federal Network Predictions for 2019

In 2018, federal agencies experienced a push to become more agile and adept at meeting the increasing needs of network demands. That’s not going to change in the coming year, as agencies are continually being asked to do more with…

NextGov: The Boldest Predictions for Federal Technology in 2019

Everyone is talking about artificial intelligence right now—it’s the buzz of the industry. But not many people fully understand what AI and machine learning can do. Jason Parry, our VP of Client Solutions, shares his prediction on the impact artificial…

Covering Your Blind Spots

Visibility and security are paramount to a network because you can’t have one without the other. As technology develops, and our reliance on internet connectivity grows, new road blocks appear that make visibility harder to achieve. How can CSOs adapt…

GCN: Protecting Critical Internet Infrastructure From IoT Device Risks

As the infiltration of internet-connected devices into nearly every aspect of daily life continues to expand, so do the vulnerabilities and security risks they create for their operational networks. That includes the devices and networks used by federal agencies that…