Cyber Security Exchange

A vertical community of Federal cyber security leaders, project managers, industry, and government IT community stakeholders focused on public-private collaboration and best-practice exchange.

Lengthy, manual cybersecurity compliance efforts have been expensive for US government agencies—both in budget and time. The time gap between sampling network configurations and getting audit results inevitably means that the network has changed and the results are no longer valid. Using RedSeal, compliance and audit teams are able to reduce network modeling times from weeks to less than a day, and visualize the current status of their as-built networks, reducing costs, and improving operational tempo—while enhancing the digital resilience of their networks. […]

During 2015, federal departments collectively reported 77,183 cybersecurity incidents, a 10 percent increase from 2014. Looking ahead, cyberrisks and attacks are rapidly increasing and evolving. In short, more clearly than ever, cybersecurity is everyone’s priority. Despite these increases, however, there does seem to be a silver lining: government is getting better and more capable at […]

This paper provides insight to how Tenable addresses the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) Framework for Improving Critical Infrastructure Cybersecurity (CSF), which calls for “a set of industry standards and best practices to help organizations manage cybersecurity risks.” […]

There are many things you could do to improve your security, but where should you invest your resources? Many organizations are turning to security frameworks for best practices and direction for improving their security program. […]

Complex government networks lead to performance and reliability issues as agencies deploy new technology. With small form factors and superior user interfaces, Belkin’s newly NIAP PP3.0 certified Secure KVM Switching solutions is the answer your agency has been looking for. […]

Agencies are transforming data management with unified systems that combine distributed storage and computation at limitless scale, for any amount of data and any type, and with powerful, flexible analytics, from batch processing to interactive SQL to full-text search. Yet to realize their full potential, these enterprise data hub architectures require authentication, authorization, audit, and data protection controls. […]

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