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Coralogix Receives FedRAMP Ready Status: A Milestone in Secure, Compliant Data Analysis

We are excited to announce today that Coralogix has achieved FedRAMP Ready status and is now listed in the Federal Risk and Authorization Management Program Marketplace. This significant milestone underscores Coralogix’s commitment to providing secure, compliant, and efficient observability services to customers, especially within the government sector. This achievement paves the way for Coralogix to provide US government entities with full-stack, cost-effective observability capabilities.

Expanding Horizons: LevelBlue Enhances MSSP Offerings with Government Cloud Support

In today's digital landscape, cybersecurity is paramount, especially for government agencies entrusted with safeguarding sensitive data and critical infrastructure. Recognizing this need, LevelBlue is proud to announce the availability of its latest offering: support for Managed Security Service Providers (MSSPs) in the Government Cloud.

Why We Should Have Zero Trust in a Hybrid Public Sector Workforce

Those working in the UK public sector have seen significant upheaval over the last decade thanks to a combination of the long-term efforts to relocate civil servants outside London and, in recent years, the swift adoption of hybrid work practices necessitated during the pandemic. As a result, networks have expanded, the number of devices and endpoints to protect has grown considerably and potential vulnerabilities for attackers to target have increased.

Freeing the UK Public Sector from Legacy IT debt

As the UK cybersecurity sector prepares to meet at CyberUK next month, I have been reflecting on the conference’s theme–Securing an open and resilient digital future–and what might be the barriers to such a vision. One of the biggest challenges is doubtless the hefty legacy IT in the UK’s public sector.

The Role of FedRAMP in Federal Agency Digital Transformation and Cybersecurity

Not too long ago, when I was designing, building, operating and defending networks, the government organizations I worked with were burdened with many tasks related to deploying a new capability. We needed to decide and plan how it would be assessed and authorized, deployed, maintained, operated, patched, defended and, of course, when and how to upgrade the capability. Assessment and authorization would take months, if not over a year, for a system or set of capabilities.

Protecting Government Data in the Digital Age

In today's interconnected world, the digital landscape holds both promise and peril. As guardians of sensitive information, organizations must remain vigilant against the looming threat of data breaches. Recently, a concerning incident has come to light, underscoring the critical importance of robust cybersecurity measures. Let's delve into the breach that has rocked the digital realm, affecting the esteemed Ministry of Rural Development's database.

Equivalency: The Latest FedRamp Memo From DoD

The Federal Risk and Authorization Management Program has been around for nearly 15 years. In that time, it changed and was updated periodically to keep up with the times. While changes are occasionally made to the underlying security frameworks like FedRAMP, CMMC and the NIST documentation that reviews each security control, there is also communication directly from the Department of Defense and other organizations to issue additional guidance.

Accelerating Ransomware Recovery with Rubrik Threat Hunting for U.S. Government

At this point, it is clear: cyber attacks from nation-state adversaries persistently threaten local, state, and federal governments, as well as educational institutions. It is not a matter of if bad actors can penetrate existing security controls, as they are already doing so and will continue to do so. Whether it is due to one unpatched machine or one user clicking on a link in an email, we believe cyberattacks are inevitable.

Deciphering CUI: What is Controlled Unclassified Information?

In today’s interconnected digital world, safeguarding sensitive data and preventing unauthorized access is vital, especially for U.S. government agencies, contractors, and other information-sharing partners that compete for Department of Defense (DoD) contracts. While many organizations that work alongside the U.S.