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Newly Launched Software Changes the Backup & Disaster Recovery Game

Purpose Built for Air Gapped Environments In the backup and recovery software market, there is a troubling gap for US public sector customers  operating in ‘no internet’ environments, including Department of Defense weapons testing sites, development labs / centers, training simulators, deployed tactical elements and
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National Security Demands Stronger Cybersecurity

A Thanksgiving State-of-Mind As families across America prepare to gather around the dinner table and nurse some turkey and pumpkin pie-induced food comas in the coming days, our country has much to appreciate. This time of year provides a welcome opportunity to remember the unique
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The DoDIN APL Certification: A Labor of Love

As the Department of Defense (DoD) and other US federal agencies seek to better protect themselves from pervasive and growing cyber threats, how can they maintain a security-oriented mindset when sourcing commercial off the shelf (COTS) products from outside vendors for use on sensitive networks?
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CMMC Listening Tour Takeaways

Last month, I attended one of the stops on the Department of Defense’s (DoD) Cybersecurity Maturation Model Certification (CMMC) listening tour to gain a better understanding of future cyber hygiene expectations for the defense industrial base (DIB). The CMMC, which was first announced in June, is the Department’s fresh
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Implementing a Secure Approach in a Zero Trust World

The Origins of Zero Trust If you keep pace with cybersecurity trends, you have undoubtedly heard the term “zero trust” with increasing frequency in recent years. The term, first coined by Forrester analyst John Kindervag in 2010, and popularized by Palo Alto Networks in years since, refers to a