When it comes to enhancing their cybersecurity postures, federal agencies have to wade through an entire alphabet soup of regulatory compliance guidelines. From the RMF (Risk Management Framework) to FISMA (Federal Information Security Management Act) and DISA STIGs (Defense Information Systems Agency Security Technical Implantation Guides), there are a number of requirements that agencies must implement to satisfy the government’s definition of a secure environment.
In this installment, we will talk about three specific best practices that will help you improve network uptime and operational success and save you time and money.
You may be thinking, “If network configuration is months of boredom, then why should I read this?” The short answer is, “So you never have to experience those moments of extreme terror!” Today, we will be talking about why network configuration management is so difficult and what’s at stake. This article is a three-part series that will look at five best practices for improving your network configuration management.