Webcasts

  • In Cybersecurity, Visibility is a Fortress

    In cybersecurity, there is no better defense than visibility. That means keeping eyes on all assets –virtual, physical and cloud – 24/7. In this live webcast, we will hear from the head of the Department of Homeland Security’s Continuous Diagnostics and Mitigation program about how it monitors and responds to cyber threats. 04/26/2018

  • The Network Drives Digital Transformation

    Federal government agencies are in the midst of a sweeping digital transformation. As they work toward meeting the mandates for next generation IT and build-in cyber security like never before, agencies are looking to increase cloud adoption, consolidate networks, and upgrade critical infrastructure and applications. 04/18/2018

  • On-Demand Podcast: Taking an Enterprise Integration Approach to Counter Unmanned Aircraft Systems

    Today’s Unmanned Aircraft System (UAS) threats are proliferating quickly and outpacing the ability to stand up effective countermeasures. The complexity of these UAS threats calls for a more networked approach, thus an Enterprise Integration mindset is needed to address these scenarios. 04/01/2018

  • On-Demand Webcast: Taking an Enterprise Integration Approach to Counter Unmanned Aircraft Systems

    Today’s Unmanned Aircraft System (UAS) threats are proliferating quickly and outpacing the ability to stand up effective countermeasures. The complexity of these UAS threats calls for a more networked approach, thus an Enterprise Integration mindset is needed to address these scenarios. 04/01/2018

  • Acting on the IT Modernization Mandate: Collaboration and Cybersecurity in the Cloud

    As legacy systems pose mounting risks to your agency’s security and productivity, there is no question that modernization is critical to delivering on your mission. How are you evolving your IT strategy to improve public service and elevate your cybersecurity profile? 03/29/2018

Whitepapers

  • Visibility Leads Fight in Cyberwarfare

    The prevalence of data breaches and cyberattacks has put government agency IT managers and CIOs on edge. Security paradigms that once seemed straightforward are no longer sufficient. The missing link is visibility — a full view of their networks — says Marlin McFate, Federal CTO at Riverbed during a recent webcast, “Cyber Readiness Built on Network Visibility.”

  • The Complicated Marriage of Cloud and Security

    Ensuring security in the cloud can be a complex process, but it can also be more effective than securing traditional data centers. Federal agencies continue to embrace the cloud in increasing numbers to both comply with federal mandates such as Cloud First and to reap the benefits of working in the cloud.

  • Regulation Overload

    Every year, it seems there are more regulations and mandates that dictate how government agencies must update and modernize IT. Establishing and maintaining compliance is a major challenge, but automating much of the process can be an advantage.

  • Software Enables Innovation

    As government agencies continue to gather information, maximizing the value of that information remains a challenge. Agency IT departments can help get the most value from this information as they continue their efforts to modernize the infrastructure.

  • SEWP V Hits its Stride

    The latest iteration of the venerable SEWP V contract increasingly provides for the services agencies need to set up, configure, and integrate IT products into their current infrastructure.