Tackling the New Cyber Landscape
Dive into a holistic cybersecurity approach, CISA's guidance on cloud security, how to reframe federal cyber, and more up-to-date hot topics about Zero Trust.
The stakes are high in cybersecurity.
Government agencies are prioritizing their resources toward new cyber initiatives due to the fast-paced world of ever-evolving threats and outside influence, such as the White House's executive order on improving cybersecurity.
However, prioritized and budgeted or not, Zero Trust cannot be perfected overnight. The deployment of Zero Trust strategies - with its identity-centric model and constant examinations of data sensitivity - is a multi-year, ever-evolving engagement. Our digital transformation, expedited by the remote access and cross-agency collaboration needs of the past three years, has thrust upon us the importance of data security both from without AND within.
With a special segment from AvePoint Public Sector’s Director of Federal Strategy and Strategic Accounts, Jay Leask, who advocates for the inclusion of the workspace container in the discussion of the Data and User pillars, this eBook educates you on the importance of cybersecurity as a team sport, CISA’s guidance on cloud security, reframing federal cyber, and many more up-to-date topics about Zero Trust.
In this exclusive book, we cover a wide swath of trending security topics:
Tech leader at the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services, the Energy Department and the White House National Security Council share insights on the current state of cybersecurity.
CISA details its continued efforts to provide guidance, with the release of the draft TIC 3.0 Cloud Security Use Case.
The General Services Administration explains why it’s working to identify capabilities gaps in federal cyber contracts.
The U.S. Patent and Trademark Office reveals how it will implement a secure access service edge (SASE) framework as its foundational foray into zero trust.
Plus, industry insights from leading experts like Jay Leask, AvePoint's Director of Federal Strategy and Strategic Accounts, US Public Sector.