We live in unprecedented times. People and organizations across the globe are grappling to contain the Coronavirus (COVID-19). We all have to do our part to slow its spread. For most of us, that means staying at home and keeping a six-foot physical distance from one another.
Ransomware is a modern day scourge for companies and governments alike, as it's quickly become one of the most prevalent and damaging types of cyber attacks. In this episode, Unisys Chief Cybersecurity Strategist Jack Koons discusses the various forms of ransomware and how microsegmentation can help organizations quickly and effectively defeat these attacks.
In this day in age, security breaches are inevitable, even with strong cyber defenses. In this episode, Unisys CISO Mat Newfield talks about how active response, not prevention, is the key to protecting corporate and government networks.
With critical infrastructure increasingly dependent on the internet and cybersecurity attacks on the rise, cybersecurity and national security are now on the same footing. In this episode, Unisys Chief Trust Officer Tom Patterson discusses how the U.S. Cybersecurity Moonshot initiative is developing a set of recommendations for a safer, more resilient internet to deliver government and critical infrastructure services.
In his piece “Outer and Inner Purpose,” best-selling author Eckhart Tolle describes inner purpose as the awakening of a “formless essence.” Outer purpose, he says, brings form to that essence. And when outer and inner purpose converge, he concludes, it transforms the world.
As the world’s leading cloud providers innovate digital solutions for the government market, what can federal CIOs learn from private “smart enterprises,” and what digital priorities do their unique missions entail?
Mark writes from his experience as vice president, digital government for Unisys Federal and in leading billion-dollar transformation initiatives in the private and public sectors. As the first U.S. administrator for e-government and IT (federal CIO), he created the strategy and governance for using the federal IT budget to modernize and secure the federal government while making it more responsive.