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Five Critical Security Controls for Continuous Diagnostics and Mitigation: Whitepaper

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.

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Cloud without Compromise for the US Federal Government: Whitepaper

Now enhanced for FedRAMP and FISMA compliance, SoftLayer, an IBM company, offers US Federal agencies a robust cloud foundation for a wide range of agency missions. The latest capabilities allow for federal agencies to deploy solutions designed precisely for their needs, on-demand or in near-real time. Download this FREE whitepaper to discover how SoftLayer is designed for federal standards and how it can provide the cloud without compromise.


2020 Agenda: Are You Ready?: Whitepaper

It’s the year 2014 and we live in the time of an unprecedented technologic disruption. From wearable technology to the Internet of Things, today’s digital and technological disruptions are impacting every facet of the enterprise and changing the rules of business. And, by the year 2020, that impact will grow, making it imperative to actively address these challenges today.


Contract Guide: SEWP Steps into the Future: Whitepaper

After more than two decades, NASA’s Solutions for Enterprise-Wide Procurement (SEWP) government-wide acquisition contract remains one of the most popular vehicles for IT products and related services. But that’s not to say that NASA is resting on its laurels. Instead, the agency continues to listen to its customers and develop new tools and processes to help them meet their IT buying requirements. This special report offers insights into the changes in store when SEWP V opens for business later this year.