As a global leader in information solutions, Equifax holds one of the largest stores of consumer and commercial data—income data, unemployment data, asset and wealth data, property data, credit scores, and much more. As a result, security is of paramount importance to both Equifax and the people and organizations it serves.
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Cloud computing is changing the way we use computing and has the potential for significant economic and efficiency benefits. But the speed of adoption depends on how quickly trust in new cloud models can be established. Some of the growing cloud security concerns include: security of highly virtualized environments from targeted threats and attacks, enabling secure collaboration, protection of the data (isolation, sharing) in a rapid provisioning and de-provisioning environment while experiencing the loss of direct control of security compliance, and privacy parameters.
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This buyer's guide provides assistance in evaluating identity and access management solutions. It describes common identity and access management challenges and the capabilities required to address them, and it includes checklists for assessing vendors and their products.
Sponsored By IBM
Companies move applications to the Web to improve customer interactions, lower business processing costs and speed outcomes. But driving applications to the Web also increases vulnerabilities – unless security is an integral component of the application development process.
Sponsored By IBM
Federal agencies know that while nearly impossible to mitigate every conceivable cyber risk, the goal is to solidify protections against foreseeable attacks, while providing security expects with time, and the timely intelligence, to prevent unknown threats and minimize the damage to their networks. Download this solution brief to understand how Department of Homeland Security’s newly awarded CDM program is helping agencies prioritize cyber efforts and explore the five security controls deemed most crucial for effective cyber-defense.
Sponsored By Symantec
You don’t have to be in IT to care about big data analytics. Proper analysis of big data can uncover hidden patterns that offer insights into the various faucets of your business. This information can ultimately aide in increased knowledge and more informed decision making. Download this whitepaper to learn more about purchasing the right analytic tools for your agency.
Sponsored By Teradata
What could businesses gain by emulating the federal government’s best practices? $Millions more than you may think. This data-rich white paper details how the largest, global organization (the DoD) is setting the standard for significant cost savings and process efficiency.
Sponsored By FedBid
The nature of ongoing cyberattacks is changing. Attackers are shifting from directly targeting government and military networks to targeting networks in the defense industrial base and commercial critical infrastructure. The attacks are also increasing in frequency and severity. Download this whitepaper to learn the emerging best practices in protecting your organization’s critical infrastructure network.
Sponsored By ViaSat
Government agencies need a better approach to dealing with cybersecurity threats, and they know it. A recent survey by the 1105 Government Information Group found that government agencies are not satisfied with current efforts to protect their information from the dynamic threat environment. Download this research report to uncover more findings, including what agencies view as the top threat to their organization.
Sponsored By NetApp
Information can make or break a government program, so knowing how to properly collect, manage and report it is crucial. Two main components to making big data useful are standardization and distillation. Download this whitepaper to learn more on improving your agency's data analytics, including the three steps to handling data correctly.
Sponsored By Information Builders
Many federal organizations are now fulfilling the Cloud First policy mandate, which directs organizations to prioritize the use of cloud computing offerings to reduce costs, among other things. The movement is also facilitating collaboration, something that is becoming increasingly important within enterprises as well as public organizations and agencies. View this interactive eBook to read more on how federal organizations such as the U.S. Army War College are addressing the government’s requirement to enhance collaboration.
Sponsored By Box
Dell Software commissioned a government market research provider to poll federal IT workers on awareness of, and attitudes toward, the use of cloud technology for messaging and directory services in federal agencies, especially the process and timelines associated with provisioning and de-provisioning users.
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