In the webcast, government and industry experts will discuss the importance of a Zero Trust approach within a changing IT environment and give insight into how federal agencies will adopt new Zero Trust security requirements.
The United States Air Force Contracting-Information Technology (CON-IT) program trusted an agile methodology and low-code automation technology to transform their legacy acquisition systems and processes in nine months. Join us for this webcast to hear from the US Air Force Chief of Contracting Business Systems, Lt Col Mark Wagner, about the Air Force CON-IT application built on the Appian platform.
Agencies modernizing their legacy systems are increasingly looking to the cloud for solutions that can help simplify and accelerate the process. Along with flexible, capable services, the cloud also offers a way to control costs and insure continuous network operations. As the migration to the cloud moves ahead, agencies are relying on multi-cloud, platform-as-a-service, as well as software-as-a-service solutions to help avoid the wholesale “lift-and-shift” approach that can bog modernization efforts down.
In this webcast, attendees will learn how some federal agencies are working to implement Zero Trust; best practices for implementing Zero Trust, while moving to cloud; how hybrid cloud environments can influence Zero Trust implementation; what to consider when integrating Zero Trust architecture into IT modernization.
Growing IT complexity means performing even routine operations can unduly tax agency IT resources – in fact, managing the potential billions of dependencies exceeds human capacity. Using artificial intelligence to automate IT operations (AIOps) makes the impossible possible, enabling IT teams to effectively manage complex environments without piling on new tasks or yet more training – and allowing them to focus on higher value work. Learn how agencies are utilizing AIOps to do more with current capabilities, while speeding response times, reducing redundant work and multiplying productivity.