Every year, identity theft causes untold anguish and millions of dollars lost to stolen goods and services. Identity theft as related to government agencies and government employees takes on a greater urgency considering the data to which government employees have access. And the problem is not going away or mitigating. The Federal Trade Commission (FTC) has ranked identity theft as the number one complaint for 15 years in a row. And identity theft related fraud occurring against government agencies is now the leading complaint, overtaking credit card fraud. How can government agencies best protect their programs from identity fraud? And how can government agencies help protect consumers/individuals against nefarious identity thieves? In this special Webcast, subject matter experts from both the Identity Theft Resource Center (ITRC) and the FTC will offer their perspectives on the current identity theft related fraud "threatscape."
Mobility and an array of related technologies have turned agencies into de facto distributed enterprises, with employees expecting to access data and services from wherever they need to work, whether on the road, at home, or even just across campus. Fortunately, cloud makes it possible for agencies to extend the enterprise without compromising on security or manageability. In this webcast, Patrick Stingley, CTO for the Bureau of Land Management at the Department of the Interior, will discuss how this can be done. In particular, he will talk about how to architect the enterprise to take full advantage of cloud capabilities and realize significant cost-savings.
The 2014 Digital Accountability and Transparency (DATA) Act is a game-changer. The goal is to publish all federal spending data online in standardized format, providing an unprecedented level of government transparency and accountability for taxpayers. But this will not happen overnight. In this webcast, Christina Ho, Deputy Assistant Secretary for Accounting Policy and Financial Transparency at the Department of Treasury, will offer insights into how agencies can begin transforming their management of data and paving the way to the full implementation of the DATA Act.
Learn how to simplify enterprise data protection and increase visibility to make better decisions. We’ll introduce Veritas NetBackup 7.7 and explain how it can help reduce complexity, scale with growth, and become more agile. We’ll provide strategies and best practices for managing the relentless growth of the data center, implementing efficient storage techniques, and how to obtain fast, easy recovery for any data you need.
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