Webcasts

  • New Strategies for Managing the Insider Threat

    The insider threat—whether unintentional or malicious—remains one of the most elusive cyber risks. Rather than merely defending the perimeter, agencies need to gain better insight into activity inside their networks and at the endpoints. In this session, Joseph Kirschbaum, Director for Defense Capabilities and Management at the Government Accountability Office, will discuss strategies for identifying and mitigating insider threats. 08/03/2017

  • Government Looks to Commercial Cloud

    The public or commercial cloud continues to become a more significant part of government agencies’ IT strategies. In some cases, it’s even supporting critical systems. In this webcast, Michael Fairless, Branch Chief at the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission, will discuss best practices in leveraging the commercial cloud for a growing range of core IT operations. 07/19/2017

  • Cybersecurity in a Hyper-Connected World: What's New with NIST 800-53

    The federal IT environment has evolved dramatically in recent years. In particular, networks have become increasingly complex as more and more devices have been connected and the line between the physical and cyber world has blurred, creating a much larger attack surface. With that in mind, NIST has made significant revisions to SP 800-53, which provides a catalog of security controls for all federal information systems. In this webcast, Ron Ross, a NIST Fellow and a leading voice for cybersecurity in the federal government, will discuss the key changes to 800-53 and how they can help agencies do a better job of protecting their critical systems. 07/11/2017

  • The Emerging Cyber Challenges of the Millennial Workforce

    By 2025, Millennials are projected to make up 75% of the total workforce. Agencies have been adapting their processes, policies and environments to match the Millennial culture, but are they prepared to handle technology practices? Michael Crouse, ‎Senior Director Business Solutions, Advanced Data & Insider Threat Security at Forcepoint, powered by Raytheon will discuss why the growing presence of millennials in the federal workforce represent a unique cyber threat - and how agencies can respond. 06/29/2017

  • Modernize Your Data Center Infrastructure

    Government agencies continue to face pressure to maintain their IT infrastructure with shrinking budgets. Somehow they must also prepare for the future of software-defined computing. Those adopting a converged IT infrastructure are better able to reduce costs, increase flexibility, achieve greater scalability and realize an IT blueprint that establishes a foundation for future software-defined computing. This type of converged infrastructure also helps agencies add the capacity they need—more powerful compute processing, higher speed networking and greater storage density—yet also reduce the cost and complexity of systems management through unified software management tools. 06/15/2017

Whitepapers

  • The Next Generation of Tactical Data Centers

    Battlefield information dominance and operational agility are necessities when the Defense Department sends warfighters into the field. Information is an essential weapon and the soldiers need lightweight and rugged infrastructure to support their mission-critical applications in theater. Download this informative report to learn what new solution is changing the game and see how it can work for you.

  • Issue Brief: Prioritizing Content Management Modernization

    As technology continues to evolve, government agencies are having to confront the inadequacies of their legacy systems. However, the majority of the federal IT budget is dedicated to maintaining legacy IT investments. Read this issue brief and better understand how government can effectively update their legacy systems in the face of budget constraints.

  • White Paper: Advancing the Digital Flow of Government Business

    As a government IT leader, you have spent a lot of money on systems to manage millions of documents within your organization. Yet, at a time when the FITARA act1 asks you for greater accountability, much-needed improvements in information management have not materialized. Your cost of managing and storing an exponentially growing number of paper and electronic records is skyrocketing. You are not alone in this information management dilemma.

  • Process Services Datasheet

    Alfresco Process Services is an open and modern enterprise BPM platform that helps business users, developers and system admins to digitize a wide variety of business processes. For example, our customers have been increasing their operational and user efficiency by digitizing key business processes such as task tracking, FOIA request tracking, travel requests, optical fiber contracts, patient care pathway, fitness reports (FITREPS), as well as many others.

  • White Paper: Secure Data Management

    Across most agencies, exponentially growing information is kept in siloed repositories. Authorized users have no easy way of identifying where the content they need is stored, how many copies exist, what the classification level is and what should be archived or destroyed. Today, it is not enough for government cybersecurity measures to reinforce the perimeter, but also create a platform that users will use.