Featured Government Content

  1. Beat Ransomware Once And For All

    It’s no secret businesses need to defend against ransomware attacks, but according to Carbonite Chief Evangelist Norman Guadagno, they need to be able to respond effectively and efficiently to them as well. For the unfamiliar, ransomware is a type of malware that infects a computer, restricting access of the infected system in some way. The actor(s) who infect the system hold it hostage in exchange for payment, presenting a particularly severe problem for businesses.

  2. Securing Federal Identity 2016 Focused On Cybersecurity, Authentication

    Leading identity security showcase to be held June 6 in Washington, D.C.

  3. Ransomware Blog Series Offers Protection Advice

    As ransomware becomes a more serious threat, businesses need to take new precautions.

  4. Federal Cloud Decision Makers Report Deep Frustrations With FedRAMP Process

    Data shows 41 percent of Feds are unfamiliar with GSA’s plan to remedy FedRAMP

  5. ICIT: Layered Defense Is Only Way To Combat Ransomware

    Endpoint security should be the first layer in the complex defense against attacks.

  6. “A Magazine For An Industry That’s Arrived”

    The above headline was used 30 years ago for the “From The Editor” in the first issue of Business Electronics magazine. In Robert Mueller’s article, the editor and associate publisher wrote that the office automation industry had experienced many changes, with many more to be expected.

  7. As VA Fails Yet Another Audit, Their Only Hope For Cybersecurity May Lie In The Cloud

    This is the 16th consecutive year the VA has failed their security audit.

  8. Data Security Remains Top Concern For Tech Leaders

    While tech spending is on the rise, leaders say current IT Infrastructure gets a “B Minus” .

  9. Banks Must Go Mobile Or Go Out

    Study assesses the current state of mobile banking.

  10. Data Protection Is Crucial

    Sometimes looking at issues from outside a healthcare perspective can be illuminating. This is especially true as your healthcare clients interact and partner with an increasingly diverse group of vendors and organizations. An NTT Communications report brings new emphasis on how important it is for organizations of all types to understand the cost of security breaches.