Adapting policies to address user needs in a zero trust framework

Bryan Rosensteel, a cybersecurity architect for the public sector at Cisco’s Duo Security, said if cybersecurity tools make technology difficult to use,…

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Agencies’ approach to IoT security highlights differences in cybersecurity approach

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The Five C’s of Innovation

Technology is not only rapidly changing, but the way federal information technology professionals work is also undergoing rapid transformation. A recent…

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FILE - In this Feb. 27, 2013, file photo, hands type on a computer keyboard in Los Angeles. News that Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg's rarely used Twitter, LinkedIn and Pinterest accounts were briefly compromised should serve as a reminder that we’re all susceptible to hacking. (AP Photo/Damian Dovarganes, File)

Top commentaries of 2016 address retirement, workforce concerns

Federal News Radio looks back at the 10 most popular commentaries of 2016.

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Don’t Risk IT: Cybersecurity Risk Driving IT Modernization

Many federal, state, and local government agencies are operating old, outdated and end-of-life network equipment. You may think this just means slower, less efficient operation – not worth the cost to refresh your infrastructure, right? Wrong. Outdated network equipment is actually a major cybersecurity risk, particularly for government agencies, as it makes networks more susceptible to hacks and other forms of cyber-attacks.

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