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Cyber attacks will affect cities around the country -- especially small municipalities with talent gaps and minimal budgets -- until we can adopt a zero-trust environment with microsegmentation to validate identity and prevent hackers' lateral movement through networks.
Cybercriminals are zeroing in on the managed service providers that handle computer systems for local governments and medical clinics.
The 5G ecosystem, with its dense small-cell infrastructure, software-defined capabilities and interconnected devices, requires a redefined cyber strategy, a new report says.
Troves of digital identity documents amassed to comply with Real-ID will raise the stakes for states struggling to protect their IT systems and data.
The Army uses a mix of web-based biometrics tools to help identify people who may pose a threat to the Defense Department missions.
With a tailored approach, layered defenses and data analysis tools, agencies can reduce their vulnerability to phishing attacks.
Government agencies must update their policies so they can continue to leverage the flexibility of buying off-the-shelf products while still meeting stringent security requirements.
A new solution dynamically vets and authorizes first responders and their devices so they can access and share information when they are participating in incidents outside their home jurisdiction.
Cities must develop a deep understanding of the devices and software on their networks and anticipate how a cybercriminal could exploit their technology.
Following recent ransomware attacks in Texas and Louisiana, the National Guard is considering expanding its cybersecurity vulnerability assessment pilot.
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