Federal IT leaders are under pressure to move their agencies to the cloud to meet mandates and improve operational efficiency. Any cloud migration involves data management, and most agencies have massive data stores to manage, organize and, most importantly, ensure security. In this live webcast, Francisco Salguero, deputy chief information officer of the U.S. Department of Agriculture, will share his cloud security experiences.
Today’s U.S. military is operating in a state of readiness that presents many challenges during a time where global security is increasingly critical. By leveraging advanced analytics, leaders can address shortfalls and obtain more accurate views of their readiness while enhancing their ability to assess and optimize current and future readiness capabilities.
Today’s federal security professionals are handling substantial amounts of sensitive data from internal and external sources. Having actionable awareness provides advantages that not only allow for better control of that data but also eases the ability to perform the meaningful analysis needed to understand and better leverage it. By attending this webcast, you will learn...
As federal agencies work to counter expanding cybersecurity threats, some are finding solutions in machine learning. Applying automated machine learning can help detect threats that have previously circumvented traditional security systems. During this live webcast, Leonel Garciga, CTO for the Defense Department’s Joint Improvised Threat Defeat Agency, will discuss what needs to be in place for agencies to benefit from using machine learning in cybersecurity.
Citizen expectations are higher than ever these days. In this digital age, citizens expect the same online experience from government agencies that they have with on-line retailers and other private service providers. One way for agencies to meet the higher bar on citizen engagement is by laying out a solid framework for digital services across data centers, all networks and endpoints, and in cloud services. Establishing a capability for high-transaction volume, accuracy, and speed to deliver to citizens what they need when they need it is the ultimate goal.
Oracle and Mythics
Most operational databases within government agencies are shielded from new application access or analytic requests to maintain optimal performance. While practical, the approach impacts the value and progress of new government missions that require access to core operational data.
This webcast will review three simple steps to extend your legacy data environments to a modern database without disrupting existing services.
As applications such as virtualization, blade servers, multi-core processor servers, and consolidation increase, it becomes critical to fully understand the drivers to realize your efficiency entitlement and deploy an architecture that can scale with your business. This session will help attendees filter out the hype, understand the science behind efficiency, and set realistic expectations for their own data centers.
With traditional policing practices unable to thwart a rising rate of criminal activity and budgets tight, the Memphis Police Department (MPD) pioneered a way to focus their patrol resources more intelligently. By using a predictive enforcement tool, MPD can recognize crime trends as they are happening, and enable precinct commanders to change their tactics and redirect patrol resources in a way that both thwarts crimes before they happen and catches more criminals in the act.
Through such smart policing approaches, MPD has reduced the overall crime volume in Memphis by 30%, making life safer for their citizens.
1105 Government Information Group recognizes the size, scope and complexities of government IT markets and the challenges involved in reaching and engaging these unique markets. To continue to build on its expertise and to help clients understand the public sector market, 1105 Government Information Group consistently takes the lead with innovative research designed to ascertain the needs and trends of the government IT marketplace.
Federal IT is at a crossroads, facing an array of challenges in establishing a consistent policy to equip and maintain an infrastructure to support federal agency mission accomplishment. Senior federal technology executives now have over-arching guidance to meet those challenges.