You are invited to browse through recent posts shared by Fortinet Federal on evolving policies, programs, technologies, and integration strategies that combine to influence the operational effectiveness and success of public sector cyber assurance initiatives.
Expanding the Role of Women in Cybersecurity
The role of women in business has evolved significantly since Congress declared March as Women’s History Month in 1987. Today, women are increasingly visible and recognized for the contributions they make to all industries, including cybersecurity, but despite this progress they are only 24% of the cyber workforce.
Collaboration and Simplified Tools are Keys to Modernizing Federal Legacy Systems
Federal agencies face an immense challenge in updating aging IT and OT infrastructures that are susceptible to vulnerabilities and unable to deploy the newest and most effective cybersecurity strategies.
Combine Forces for a Resilient Cybersecurity Strategy
Resilience is “the ability to recover quickly from illness, change or misfortune.” In the IT universe, resiliency is the ability to react, rebound, and recover from infrastructure operational interruptions – from power outages and network failures to unauthorized intrusions and cyberattack.
Preparing for An Updated National Cybersecurity Strategy
For decades Federal agencies have invested in tools, methods, and strategies to defend enterprise networks, storage, data, and applications. Yet, threat actors continue to target U.S. Federal Government organizations. In parallel, the significant expansion of the remote Federal workforce has accelerated the need for comprehensive and updated strategies to ensure cybersecurity across agency operations.
What to Expect: Zero Trust Security for Federal Agencies
Learn about the challenges facing federal agencies adopting zero trust architectures and how to implement strategies moving forward.
Fortinet Federal Presents The 2022 Security Transformation Summit
Recognized thought leaders will bring their insights to the 2022 Security Transformation Summit to discuss evolving risks, challenges, and priorities for ensuring trusted cybersecurity for government in 2023 and beyond.
Cybersecurity Challenges for Government
As work from anywhere becomes normalized, many government agencies are undergoing digital transformation to improve user experience, drive greater transparency for users, and overall modernization of IT.
Why Upgraded Infrastructure Needs Interoperability and Security
In the United States, the $1.2 trillion Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act is being called a “once-in-a-generation investment” in infrastructure. A lot of that money will flow to state and local governments throughout the nation.
Public Sector Cybersecurity and Threat Trends
In the public sector, government must defend against the full spectrum of threat actors, whereas many in the private sector hope (often incorrectly) that they only need to be secure enough to drive intruders towards easier targets.
Trusted Cybersecurity for Government
Federal government agencies serve a critical purpose and must consider the implications for mission-continuity for every decision they make. In addition, federal agencies are the targets of nation-state actors who seek espionage and more.
Companies Ask White House to Work with Them on Infrastructure Act
On November 15, President Biden signed the $1.2 trillion bipartisan infrastructure plan into law. Officially known as the “Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act,” the law invests billions into transportation, broadband, and utilities.
Modernizing Cybersecurity in the U.S. Federal Government
On May 12, President Biden issued an Executive Order (EO) on improving cybersecurity in the United States to improve the nation’s cybersecurity and protect Federal Government networks. It tasks the Federal Government to…