In today’s enterprise, employees expect to access data and services from wherever they need to work, whether at their desks, across the campus, or on the road. Fortunately, cloud makes it possible for agencies to extend the enterprise without compromising on security or manageability. In this webcast, Patrick Stingley, IT Specialist at the Department of the Interior, will discuss how this can be done, with a focus on developing an architecture from the cloud to the desktop. All indications are that the design can dramatically reduce costs as well as greenhouse gasses while providing improved service.
VMware, Carahsoft, Carpathia, A QTS Company
The 2014 Digital Accountability and Transparency (DATA) Act is a game-changer. The goal is to publish all federal spending data online in standardized format, providing an unprecedented level of government transparency and accountability for taxpayers. But this will not happen overnight. In this webcast, Christina Ho, Deputy Assistant Secretary for Accounting Policy and Financial Transparency at the Department of Treasury, will offer insights into how agencies can begin transforming their management of data and paving the way to the full implementation of the DATA Act.
Cloud computing offers the promise of IT efficiency, but data privacy, security and compliance policies can prohibit government agencies from taking full advantage of the cloud. Together, NetApp and Amazon Web Services offer the perfect solution– an agile hybrid infrastructure that leverages the performance, customization, and control of private storage resources with the efficiency and elasticity benefits of the AWS cloud.
With NetApp Private Storage for AWS, agencies can leverage on-demand cloud services while retaining full control and mobility of their enterprise data.
DLT Solutions and NetApp
Without a doubt, agencies have discovered that cloud computing is a powerful tool for improving the performance and cost-effectiveness of the enterprise. But increasingly agencies are realizing that it is more than that. They also are realizing that cloud, with its flexibility and scalability, serves as an ideal platform for innovation. In this webcast, Navin Vembar, IT Director, Integrated Award Environment, General Services Administration will offer insights into how to build on cloud to offer innovative services.
Session 3 - Proactive Security through Behavioral Analysis and Control: Intelligence Driven Security provides a new level of defense against unknown and advanced persistent threats. The integrated solution offered by Symantec and ForeScout Technologies, Inc. applies a policy-driven, abstraction layer around systems, applications and users, ensuring emerging attack vectors are unable to compromise and exploit IT services.
DLT, ForeScout, Symantec
Virtualization is changing how agencies manage their data centers. The technology provides increased flexibility when it comes to deploying resources – and increased efficiency in managing them. Security is an essential part of that equation. In this webcast, Frank Konieczny, the Chief Technology Officer in the Office of Information Dominance and Chief Information Officer in the Office of the Secretary of the Air Force, will discuss how agencies can leverage a software-defined approach to the data center to strengthen their security posture.
Force 3 Palo Alto VMware
3D printing, once the stuff of science fiction, has become a reality, with the potential to revolutionize design and manufacturing in many sectors, including government. But while 3D printing is real, it is still new to many agencies. In this webcast, Lt. Commander Ben "Prof" Kohlmann, Chief of Naval Operations Rapid Innovation Cell, will offer best practices and lessons learned in leveraging this technology. Lt. Commander Kohlmann spearheaded an effort that put a 3D printer aboard a warship for the first time.
Configuring applications to accept smart cards is often complex and costly, but smart card-based Single Sign-On (SSO) provides password-free authentication and achieves FISMA ICAM compliance. Join us to learn how you can accelerate compliance and increase security--all while providing a seamless user experience.
Session 2 - Automated Remediation: Scanning for vulnerabilities and scaling remediation across your agency requires your IT staff to continuously and proactively respond to cyber threats, advisories, patches, updates and more. Responding with manual actions further constrains IT resources and adds to response times. Empower your IT staff to focus on new and emerging threats.
Protecting work data on mobile devices, whether they are GFE or BYOD, is a foremost concern of government CIOs, IT, and security personnel. So how does a government agency strike a balance between protecting government information while at the same time, leveraging the capabilities of mobile devices to maximize productivity of today’s mobile government worker? In this webcast, Rick Walsh, Mobility Lead, U.S. Army G6 CIO, will discuss how the U.S Army is leveraging mobility to enable soldiers to securely use their device in their home station or on deployment.
Session 1 - Real-time Network Visibility – You Can’t Protect What You Can’t See: Visibility across your network – in real-time - is a critical necessity for combating today’s increasing cyber attacks and security breaches. Integrating a NAC solution into asset management operations will enable you to detect, prioritize and remediating risk much more effectively and efficiently. Attend this webcast to learn how monitor and mitigate the cyber threats affecting agencies today.
Learn more about the enterprise-class hybrid cloud service that offers federal agencies the freedom to run new and existing applications in the cloud with the assurance of FedRAMP security standards.
Carpathia, VMware, Carahsoft