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How Government Agencies Can Leverage Increased Funding for Cybersecurity
Despite a rocky road to its final passage, President Biden recently signed the $1 trillion infrastructure bill, a much-needed measure to address the nation’s critical need to improve cybersecurity. The new law allocates a whopping $2 billion to fund cybersecurity and related provisions designed to bolster security resiliency—in both public and private sectors—and better safeguard communities against the fallout of cyberattacks.
Three Ways Confluence Keeps Hybrid and Evolving Teams Connected
Developers have adjusted to collaborating with each other and issuing software releases remotely––and this change in workstyle has impacted organizations’ performance. A recent report from Gartner shows that although 92% of development teams are writing more code, 63% of teams are releasing less frequently, and the average release size is up by 64%.
Low, Moderate or High: What FedRAMP Impact Level is Right for You?
The Federal Risk and Authorization Management Program, or FedRAMP, has been around for nearly a decade. But with the dramatic rise of high-profile, cloud-based cyberattacks at a time when citizens’ reliance on technology has grown, cybersecurity has become top priority—even capturing the attention of the nation’s highest office as more organizations begin working with the public sector.