Collaboration is never more important than it is during an emergency. When first-responders and supporting agencies are responding to a crisis, they need the ability to coordinate their activities, share information and manage essential documents – and to do it all securely. These capabilities are especially important when the response involves multiple agencies working with systems that do not necessarily interoperate.
In this webcast, Trevor Ziemba, former Training Officer for Los Angeles Police Department and now Police Officer for Bainbridge Island Police Department, will discuss how to create a collaboration environment that can serve as a virtual war room, delivering critical services in a seamless environment, no matter how complex the response.
Sponsored By Adobe
As federal agencies look to complete the planning and implementation of their Identity, Credentialing, and Access Management (ICAM) initiatives, finding a strong authentication and authorization solution for legacy applications has proven a significant hurdle. In order to bring legacy systems in line with the rest of the organization, agencies must find a solution that both provides secure host access and seamlessly integrates with their existing enterprise Identity Management System.
Sponsored By Attachmate Corporation
In this webcast, Gary Galloway, Data Loss Prevention Program Manager and Deputy Director of Information Assurance at the Department of State, will share insights into how to create a data loss prevention program that reduces the risks of data breaches and that promotes a culture in which users take responsibility for protecting sensitive information.
Sponsored By Dell
Context is a powerful thing. When you put your agency’s data on the world’s most popular map, you deliver unique insights that help all your employees do their jobs. By visualizing information on top of Google geospatial solutions, agencies are delivering easy to navigate datasets to the right hands. This improves decision-making, helps you optimize people and assets and engages the public with powerful, user friendly applications. Join this webinar to see several examples of the power of context.
Sponsored By Google
Many government officials fret about their agency’s approach to risk assessment or the need for continuous monitoring and more holistic security solutions. Many also believe that their agencies are ill-prepared to deal with these challenges, and complain about understaffing or inadequately trained IT staff. And budget dollars are increasingly hard to come by in an era of sequestration. But there is movement toward augmenting current cybersecurity efforts, not only by improving training and expanding cybersecurity staff but also by investing in new solutions that improve data protection, network forensics and identity authentication. Join this exclusive webcast for an in-depth look at these issues that continue to be at the top of government IT agendas.
Sponsored By NetApp, ThunderCat Technology
In this session, IBM will provide an overview of its big data platform including software tools that can speed the development and deployment of new capabilities. IBM will also discuss how low-latency grid management software is helping organizations solve cluster sprawl in Hadoop and other distributed cluster environments by enabling diverse analytics applications to share resources dynamically on an agile, cost-efficient, multitenant infrastructure.
Sponsored By IBM
In this webcast, an industry expert will share how these tools can help your agency optimize your business processes and create a mobile strategy that supports individual function areas while furthering the agency’s long-term vision. In addition, the webcast will explore best practices and lessons-learned implementing specific solutions agency-wide.
Sponsored By AT&T
Federal IT executives worry about threats to their information infrastructures that often accompany mobile device use – concerns abound about data loss or leakage, exposure of sensitive government systems, financial loss, and other issues. Employees in turn complain that inelegant or poorly implemented mobile environments can hamper their work. How can public sector departments properly architect a mobile environment that both enables users and protects agency assets?
Join this exclusive Webcast for an in-depth look at these issues.
Sponsored By CDW-G, Symantec
In this session we will discuss how this vast wealth of ever-changing data from the endpoints and servers scattered across the enterprise can be harnessed as a source for big data security analytics. We will demonstrate how this data can be captured and leveraged for security analytic purposes in order to expose hidden threats lurking underneath the deluge of endpoint activity.
Sponsored By Guidance Software
For federal agencies, cyber attacks are a fact of life. Since 2006, the number of cyber incidents reported by federal agencies has increased by 782 percent, according to the Government Accountability Office. And with the emergence of a new generation of advanced malware, zero-day exploits, and targeted advanced persistent threats (APTs), these attacks are becoming increasingly sophisticated and successful. Traditional security defenses are no longer effective. Organizations need an advanced, game-changing technology to enable timely detection and protection. In this webinar you will learn why Advanced Persistent Threats (APTs) are successful, the anatomy of actual attack scenarios and their multi-stage approach and how a new model for advanced threat detection can protect your agency.
Sponsored By FireEye
This webcast will provide a breakdown of the unique challenges of mobile security – and offer insight into how to meet them. This roundtable discussion will feature two experts: William Corrington former chief technology officer with the Department and Interior; and Mike Zirkle, Associate Director of Public Sector Solutions & Marketing, Verizon Enterprise Solutions.
Sponsored By Verizon Wireless
Numerous government agencies are getting serious about collaboration because each sees opportunities to improve enterprise-wide information sharing and productivity, support real-time communications during crises, or reduce the money spent on large in-person meetings or conferences. Join this exclusive Webcast for an in-depth look at which online tools and techniques are most effective in enhancing greater collaboration.
Sponsored By Adobe