Securing the Software Supply Chain

This eBook addresses questions raised by security leaders that want to better understand their organization’s development environments, the risks development tools expose and the best practices and approaches for securing them. Review best practices to securing developer endpoints, the applications being developed, as well as the tools and admin consoles used to run CI/CD pipelines and development environments.

The CyberArk Blueprint Rapid Risk Reduction Playbook

The CyberArk Blueprint Rapid Risk Reduction Playbook helps Federal agencies quickly implement the most critical elements of the CyberArk Blueprint to rapidly strengthen security and reduce risk. This paper reviews the CyberArk Blueprint and explains how the Rapid Risk Reduction Playbook can help jumpstart your privileged access management implementation and accelerate risk reduction.

E-Book: An Assume-Breach Mindset: 4 Steps to Protect What Attackers Are Really After

Traditional perimeter-based IT security models aren’t well suited for today’s world of cloud services and mobile users. Savvy attackers can breach enterprise networks and fly under the radar for weeks or even months. Threat actors always find new and innovative ways to penetrate networks, steal data, and disrupt business. It’s not a question of if but when. It’s time to adopt an “assume-breach” mindset – to help detect and isolate adversaries before they traverse your network and inflict serious damage. Explore how to protect your agency against the most common attack paths attempting to compromise your most critical assets.

CyberArk Solutions and the MITRE ATT&CK Framework

The MITRE ATT&CK framework is well-known for being used to assess business security posture and individual security vendors. Rather than merely scoring vendors on a linear scale, it offers a better view of capabilities, applicability, and use cases. Read this eBook to learn more about how CyberArk assists you with your MITRE Enterprise Matrix evaluation process.

Reliable data backup remains critical: Ransomware, malware threats still lurk in remote work environment

As government employees transitioned to working from home, the number of endpoints and attack surfaces increased exponentially—and so did vulnerability. The importance of reliable, secure backup became clearer than ever. Secure backup remains a major challenge for many agencies. In this whitepaper, learn about what works and what doesn't work, so that your agency can lay down a foundation for future security.

Highly Scalable HCI Enables Mission Readiness for Large Defense Agency

A large Department of Defense (DoD) agency responsible for supporting the logistics and sustainability of a global operating force aims to further ensure mission readiness by implementing a highly flexible hybrid cloud environment. With locations across all 50 states and in more than 150 countries, the agency needed an agile solution that included application delivery, Virtual Desktop Infrastructure (VDI), on-premises/cloud storage, and multitenancy capabilities at extreme scale. By taking complete control of their data assets and their enterprise IT infrastructure, this future-focused agency is ensuring that their global workforce will be ready for any contingency that may occur. With NetApp’s HCI Cloud Suite, the agency will experience a scalable cloud which will accelerate their ability to achieve their mission and support their users around the globe.

Propelling the Navy to a Modern, Open Source Data Foundation

Learn why the U.S. Navy has selected EDB to deliver the capabilities that push PostgreSQL further.

Implementing the Core Elements of a Zero Trust Architecture

U.S. Federal Government agencies are adopting cloud-based applications and services to accelerate the pace of innovation, simplify operations, and improve mobility. Malicious insiders or external attackers can breach the perimeter, gain access to the trusted enterprise network, and move laterally to steal data or wreak havoc. National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) Special Publication (SP) 800-207 defines a new zero trust architecture (ZTA) for the digital era. CyberArk identity security solutions are based on the principle of Zero Trust and can be used in a variety of SP 800 207 deployment scenarios. Government agencies and private-sector enterprises can implement various CyberArk solutions as ZTA core logical components to help satisfy the key tenets of Zero Trust laid out in the NIST publication.