As a result, the company said it was adding two-factor authentication, which offers an additional security layer when users log in, and enhanced controls for team administrators to terminate active sessions and reset passwords for the entire company.
GSA has ensured its headquarters’ first major renovation since 1935 would serve as a model for federal offices everywhere.
Rep. Louie Gohmert lashes out over net neutrality regulations.
The company's secure cloud collaboration service is the latest offering to meet FedRAMP security standards.
BlackBerry’s turnaround strategy -- focusing on software as its smartphone business has declined -- has not been pretty. But the worst may be here.
The health industry is not immune to cyberattacks.
“Points for creativity,” a spokesman said Thursday of reports that suggested otherwise.
All told, there are some 1.6 million government workers (including state and local) in positions where data is “central to the job,” according to a recent Commerce Department report.
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