MODERN CYBERSECURITY. PROTECT AGAINST FUTURE THREATS TODAY.
Traditional cybersecurity is no longer sufficient to protect against the evolving threat landscape of today. Your mission critical applications must be protected at all costs, from all angles.
Government agencies face complex, evolving cybersecurity threats. In this whitepaper, Agencies can implement a modern cybersecurity approach to address current threats and prepare for future threats by employing
these four security measures.
HOW CAN YOU PROTECT YOUR DATA?
The Four Security Measures You Need to Budget for Today
Federal agencies are looking to mitigate cybersecurity threats in a cost-effective manner. Agencies can implement a modern cybersecurity approach to address current threats and prepare for future threats by employing these four security measures.
Ransomware is Not Slowing Down
Ransomware threats continue to rise, due in part to increased remote work. Ransomware can have a debilitating effect on both information technology (IT) and operational technology (OT).
Modern Cybersecurity: Modern Resilience
Cyber resiliency is the ability to maintain mission assurance despite being faced with adversity via cyber threats. It is critical for Federal agencies to incorporate cyber resiliency best practices at all levels of the organization.
What is Zero Trust and Why Do I Need It
The traditional approach to cybersecurity, known as perimeter and defense in depth models, are not enough. Bad actors continue to evolve their methods of attack to access an organization’s most mission critical systems. How can your business withstand a cyber-attack?
The Future of IT Modernization
Federal agencies can modernize and protect critical IT systems. We partnered with the U.S. Census Bureau to implement an enterprise-wide IT modernization, moving the 2020 Census online for the first time in U.S. History without a single second of downtime and zero hacks. See how your agency can achieve the same modernization success.
“With the sorts of situations that the government provides from a decade to decade situation with the Census, being able to bring in partners like T-Rex is really what has made us successful for this Census”
Assistant Director for Decennial Census Programs, Systems and Contracts, Census Bureau
“The 2020 Census offered online response without any downtime or hacks.”
Ron Jarmin, PH.D.
Acting Director, US Census Bureau
“The Internet Self Response system operated as intended during the 2020 Census and most people who self-responded did so online. And the Bureau reported that it did not experience any system downtime during the Census.”
Director, IT & Cybersecurity, US GAO
“The internet option that we have implemented this year, there was a lot of concerns last year ensuring that all of the protections were in place, the technologies were in place, and we are very- to some extent a little bit surprised- how people prefer the internet option and in this environment is by far the safest option and the most efficient option.”
Director of Census Bureau
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T-Rex is a leading IT professional services firm helping federal government modernize, protect, and scale its systems and data. T-Rex has designed, built, integrated, and operated some of the world’s largest critical systems for Federal government. We take pride in relentlessly innovating to improve government performance. T-Rex has technical expertise in Cloud Adoption, Cybersecurity, Data Engineering, Agile Transformation, and Mission Critical Services.