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August 13, 2020 | Ryan Brooks

[Infographics] Government Organizations Lack Resources to Move to Cloud

To continue our series of blog posts that reveal the results of the 2019 Netwrix Cloud Data Security Report for various industries, we decided to take a closer look at the state of cloud data security in the public sector and the cloud migration plans of these organizations. We found out that,...
October 1, 2019 | Ryan Brooks

[Infographics] IT Risks in Government Sector: Insiders vs. Hackers

We have used the data from 2018 IT Risks Survey to dive deeper into the problems facing federal, state and local government organizations. The survey covers the six most common types of IT risks: physical damage, intellectual property theft, data loss, data breaches, system disruption and...
August 13, 2020 | Ryan Brooks

[Infographics] Government’s Rapid Cloud Adoption Lacks Security

The Obama administration’s “Cloud First Initiative” in 2011 gave federal and local agencies the green light to explore cloud services. Both Amazon Web Services and Microsoft Azure immediately provided special offerings targeted at governmental needs, and agencies have been quickly embracing...
October 28, 2019 | Ryan Brooks

[Infographics] Top Cybersecurity Risks in Government

In the spring, Netwrix conducted a survey designed to identify IT security, compliance and operations risks that organizations around the globe face on the daily basis. The findings of the survey are summarized in our 2017 IT Risks Report. This series of blog posts dives deeper into the data we...
August 13, 2020 | Alex Vovk

[Infographics] Cloud Security: Experience of Government Agencies

Recent 2016 Netwrix Cloud Security Report states that governmental organizations still perceive security to be the biggest inhibitor of cloud adoption. Government agencies and other public sector organizations frequently interact with contractors, suppliers and other third parties. In addition,...
October 1, 2019 | Ken Hess

10 Security Tips for the US Government

The recent Office of Personnel Management (OPM) hack reveals that the US Government needs to significantly “up” its security game. Upping the game means that government security staff needs to impose greater restrictions on information access. But, one should ask, “Why were these secret...
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