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Federal CISOs discuss mitigation strategies for inevitable cyber attacks.
The pandemic increased the need for secure, modernized and evolved solutions to expedite federal response efforts.
COVID-19 pushed DHS and GAO to drive identity management and zero trust to protect its IT infrastructure, as cybersecurity threats continue to increase.
Improved information-sharing and basic cyber hygiene are some methods that can prevent major security breaches.
GAO offers a unique perspective on IT challenges faced by the federal register over the past year.
Migrating to the cloud securely does not have to hinder optimal workflows.
Cyber officials discussed their priorities and what federal agencies should focus on this year.
CISA is creating a cohesive cybersecurity approach for federal agencies.
Continuous monitoring of assets on a cloud server amplify security and privacy.
The two security methods can enhance overall cybersecurity protocols.
Unlocking the benefits of the cloud requires close monitoring of security priorities.
Cloud-based environments and capabilities have been a key part of Maria Roat's approach.
DHS Deputy CTO Brian Campo said zero trust is all about how you control your data.
Maintaining best cybersecurity practices while working remotely.
Cybersecurity basics and risk management are key elements of IT supply chain security.
Frameworks including zero trust and edge security can vastly improve government cybersecurity.
Zero trust is more than verifying users, it's also verifying infrastructure.
For many agencies, extended telework policies may require reevaluation of cyber risk posture.
Delivering data 'at the speed of need' requires more visibility and usability.
With phishing and the upcoming election, securing infrastructure remains a top necessity that initiatives like TIC 3.0 will advance.