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  • CyberArk Privileged Access Security for U.S. Federal Government Agencies

    US federal government agencies are tasked with the difficult challenge of protecting sensitive data against both internal and external threats. This white paper explores the benefits of establishing a comprehensive Privileged Access Management (PAM) program to protect federal systems & data – read on to get started.

  • Meeting NIST SP 800-207 with CyberArk

    Embracing a Zero Trust security model is the official recommendation of the US House of Representatives – but how can US federal agencies align their methods with Zero Trust best practices? Read this report to learn about the core tents of the NIST Zero Trust Architecture (ZTA) and how agencies should work towards implementation.

  • A Risk-Based Approach to Insider Threat Detection for Federal Government Agencies

    Malicious insiders, regardless of motive, continue to establish themselves as a major threat, especially amongst United States federal government agencies. This white paper offers comprehensive insights into the role of privileged access management as an effective countermeasure against insider threats – read on to get started.

  • Secure remote access with zero trust

    Although all most all federal employees are working from home during the COVID-19 pandemic, federal agencies are still face issues regarding network security. Access this white paper to learn strategies for securing workloads, legacy systems, and remote access and discover the 7 benefits this can lead to for federal agencies.

  • Cyber Hygiene: If Tools Could Talk

    The complexity of today’s IT infrastructures coupled with security tool fragmentation and misconfiguration makes cyber hygiene challenging for companies of all sizes. Download this white paper to learn more about how your organization can improve its cyber hygiene by conducting a self-evaluation of your current posture.

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