Whitepapers


i2 Enterprise Insight Analysis for Cyber Threat Analysis

Today’s cyber actors are becoming more sophisticated, agile and capable of getting past any network security. Organizations must evolve, replacing traditional defensive security strategies with a proactive, intelligence-driven offense to prevent and disrupt these threats. i2® Enterprise Insight Analysis is a next generation intelligence solution that enables organizations to incorporate cyber threat analysis into their security strategy and turn their defense into a proactive offense. Featuring a combination of multi-dimensional visual analysis capabilities and advanced analytics designed to turn overwhelming and disparate data sets into intelligence, i2 Enterprise Insight Analysis helps organizations uncover critical insights about their threats and threat actors so they can mitigate and counter more threats.


Advanced Analytics: A Powerful Prescription for Health and Social Program

Advanced analytics can bring significant changes to government healthcare and social programs. Applying this level of data analytics can greatly improve patient outcomes, enhance research efforts and drive greater value from disparate data stores. It is already helping improve diagnoses and care and promises to streamline healthcare and social service practices in the future. Download this informative eBook to learn more!


Cloud-Enabled Data Center for Dummies

Is your agency looking for a way to end the rising costs and complexity of scaling data storage without having to sacrifice overall performance, availability, or security of your data? If so, look no further. Download this exclusive "For Dummies" guide for these answers, along with learning more on NAS, hybrid cloud and cloud bursting, and how to converge local storage and compute infrastructures with the cloud.


Analytics: The upside of disruption

In an analytics study, 1,226 respondents worldwide report dramatically higher use of big data and analytics technologies in the past year. This upsurge was spurred by three notable disruptions that besides posing threats to those organizations that don’t act – offer untold opportunities for those that do. They are: the rise of digitized ecosystems; radical technological transformation; and greater capability to know rather than speculate about the future. More than before, organizations see the upside of acting quickly to innovate their business models and analytics strategies, and improve the information infrastructure to support a future view.


IDC Intelligence-Led Security

While there has been improvement in the amount of time an attacker spends in a network before detection — decreasing from years to days in many cases — the ongoing delay illustrates just how elusive attackers still are compared to an organization's ability to detect a problem. IDC believes that actionable threat intelligence is going to be a significant factor in improving this metric. Threat intelligence has historically been seen as a complex set of activities reserved for security operations centers (SOCs) and advanced security analysts. The tools to collect and apply threat intelligence have generally not existed commercially and the ability to integrate threat intelligence into the traditional security workflow has not been available. Over the last few years, threat intelligence has been growing in importance within the security workflow.


User Identity and Access Management: A Bridge to Government IT Modernization

Government agencies face unique technology challenges in today’s world, including complex legacy IT systems, antiquated processes and a prohibitive legislative budgeting cycle. Because of these challenges, many agencies are looking for creative new approaches to overcome the obstacles preventing adoption of the latest technologies.


Secure the Digital Mission

Public agencies are tasked with maintaining the safety and liberty of their citizens. To protect and preserve these rights, accurate, up-to-date information and instant communication are mission critical. The data center and building infrastructure you recommend must deliver airtight security, rock-solid availability and cost efficient productivity that enable public officials to make smart strategic decisions in real time.


Federal Mobility Fails with Standard Templates

Enterprise mobility is an important aspect of the modern government agency. And selecting and deploying the right (Mobile Device Management) MDM system is critical to ensuring the security and efficiency of an enterprise mobility platform. No two government agency mobile scenarios are alike, so agencies need to ensure they select the right partner to help launch and maintain their enterprise mobility platform. Download this whitepaper to learn how the right mobile devices, properly configured and managed, can help agencies reach unparalleled levels of productivity and efficiency.


2015 Cybersecurity: Attack Resiliency Challenges Inudstry Collaboration

Attackers are commandeering legitimate infrastructure and reaping millions in profit. Defenders are struggling to detect and combat threats, and confidence is falling. Download this informative infographic to learn more.


Cisco Cybersecurity Pocket Guide 2016

As much as the Digital Economy and the Internet of Everything (IoE) create opportunities for government agencies and consumers - over $19 trillion in value to organizations over the next decade - they also create opportunities for hackers and cybercriminals. With an expanded attack surface represented by the IoE, cybercriminals look to cash in on the estimated value of $450 billion to over $1trillion of the Hacker Economy.


Nine Steps to Building an Insider Threat Defense Program

Regardless of how they originate, cyber threats eventually take advantage of an internal source. A well-constructed Insider Threat defense program incorporates people, processes and technology to quickly identify areas of risk before they inflict crippling damage. Read this whitepaper to learn how to secure your agency without disrupting productivity, overburdening your IT staff or hurting your reputation.


The Case for Modern Network Security Operations

Cloud computing initiatives, network monitoring and risk management are driving network security operations. Meanwhile, federal agencies face record levels of threats yet still rely on manual processes and outdated point tools. Agency network security operations must be modernized to streamline network security operations and mitigate IT risk.