Protecting agencies from cyberattacks is imperative. At
stake is the safety of classified and personal information
as well as avoiding ransomware, unplanned downtime,
and regulatory penalties. Yet sophisticated cyberattacks
continue nonstop, despite the time, money, and effort spent
to prevent them.
There have been far too many high-profile security incidents at federal agencies in
the past few years, and the numbers appear to be growing. These hacks put national
security and global supply chains at risk.
Too often, the security tools and protocols commonly used by agencies are
simply unable to protect...
Although an exact tally is elusive, it is estimated that hundreds of
municipalities suffer ransomware attacks annually, leading to painful
decisions whether to pay up.
For the bad actors, state and local governments are a logical target. With
annual budgets under pressure, ransomware prevention and recovery...
Zero trust, identity-first and perimeter-less security - they all need digital identities to establish digital trust. Join Sectigo's CSO and former Gartner analyst David Mahdi to learn about the importance of identity-first security and establishing digital trust for human and machine identities.
This eBook demonstrates how the Zero Trust platform can and will help defend an organization and its systems, whatever form the threat may present itself in. Primary, secondary, and tertiary lines of defense, aligned to work against the many hats worn by ransomware perpetrators, are explicitly outlined.
Zero trust has become a dominant security model for addressing the changes brought by mobility, consumerization of IT and cloud applications.
This guide lays out a practical approach in five phases for implementing Zero Trust for the Workforce, which comprises an organization’s users and their devices, and how they...
In the latest "Proof of Concept," Grant Schneider, senior director of cybersecurity services at the law firm Venable, and Ari Redbord, head of legal and government affairs at TRM Labs, join editors at Information Security Media Group to discuss trending cybersecurity issues.
An early eBook from the CyberTheory Institute library, co-authored by founder, Steve King, and Cliff Kittle, a frequent contributor to our corpus of thought leadership, this time about Zero Trust and its influence from the principles of Maneuver Warfare.
Based upon the rapid increase in malware variants designed to...
Building a zero trust microsegmentation architecture is challenging for many organizations due to a combination of heterogeneity in compute, cloud, and networking, and the legacy use of denylist and allowlist combinations. However, with the key components of a zero trust microsegmentation architecture in place -...
On this week's "Sound Off," we ask John Kindervag, the founder of Zero Trust, for his reaction to the recently released Office of Management and Budget federal strategy to move the U.S. government toward a mature Zero Trust architecture.
This spotlight will focus on financial services and insurance (FSI) organizations’ use of Palo Alto Networks network security and secure access service edge (SASE) offerings along with the value it delivers to the financial institutions. It also expands upon a Forrester Consulting Total Economic Impact study where...
Digital transformation is accelerating within the financial services industry with the
continued adoption of the public cloud, the shift to a hybrid workforce, greater dependency
on the internet, and an expanding ecosystem of third-party partners. At
the same time, evolving regulatory emphasis on data privacy and...
Like most large financial institutions, this Fortune 100 financial
services company has a complex network. From M&A activity to cloud
development to securing critical suppliers, it was challenging for the
company to identify and monitor all of its internet-connected assets. And
without a complete and accurate IT...
This edition of the ISMG Security Report analyzes what prosecutors say is the biggest cryptocurrency seizure in U.S. history as well as the biggest financial seizure. It also details how a school district CISO resigned over the district's handling of a severe data breach and busts Zero Trust myths.