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Posts tagged with government IT

Data Security · Encryption

Can Governments be trusted to keep our data private?

Governments and state agencies everywhere would like us to believe that our personal data is safe in their hands. They say this information is vital. Without it, they claim, it would be impossible to...

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Rethink Remote Access

As the Dust Settles: The Value of Secure Remote Access in the Hours After a Cyberattack

The first 24 hours after a cyberattack are chaotic. The investigations and conclusions will come far down the road, but in the immediate aftermath of an attack, the entire organization is in...

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Industry Commentary · IT policy

IT Security? “Yes Please,” says Uncle Sam – But Offers No Tangible Help

When it comes to IT security, government agencies around the world are aware of the challenges and risks small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) face. So it only figures that they offer help, in...

Industry Commentary · IT policy

Europe: More than Just 'Stumbling Forward' to Improved Cybersecurity

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HIPAA · IT policy

White House Turns Attention to Cybersecurity

Cyberattackers and hackers operate in the shadows, lurking away from where conventional law enforcement can easily identify and investigate them. They prefer secrecy and anonymity.

Industry Commentary · VPN

Why VPNs Matter for Governments, Part 2

Editor's Note: Part one of this two-part series ran last week. 

Highlights

What We're Reading: Week of 12/3

eWeek - Security Issues Pose Hurdles for BYOD Migration: Gartner

Highlights

What We're Reading: Week of 12/3

eWeek - Security Issues Pose Hurdles for BYOD Migration: Gartner

Industry Commentary · Mobile · VPN

Why VPNs Matter for Governments, Part 1

By Nicholas Greene