Whitepapers


Facing Down Cyberthreats

The Continuous Diagnostics and Mitigation (CDM) program makes tools and services— such as network sensors and dashboards—available to agencies via a government-wide contract. These tools and services help them identify cybersecurity risks on an ongoing basis, prioritize these risks based on potential threats, and mitigate them. The goal is to reduce breaches, improve visibility and move agencies away from a compliance focus and toward a continuous monitoring approach to security. See what government and industry experts had to say at the May 11th event CDM: Building Advanced Cyber Strategies.


The Big Picture View of Security

Cyber analytics focuses on improving intrusion detection and response. It’s most effective when considered as a single aspect of a larger cybersecurity game plan. To get the most out of cyber analytics, agencies should build their systems securely from the ground up. Take a holistic and layered approach, promote visibility, think strategically, be able to scale, promote security awareness and enforce basic security practices. Learn more about Cyberanalytics from this event overview based on the April 27th event Cyber Analytics, Compliance, and Business Agility.


Single View of Citizen Demo

This demonstration provides 3 specific examples of how government agencies can utilize a single 360 degree view of the citizen to improve service delivery while reducing cost and preventing fraud. Watch Demo


Coordinating Health and Human Services
Digital White Paper

Learn how outcomes can improve when Federal, State and Local organizations work together to create a more complete view of the citizen. See how integration of systems and data have changed outcomes for citizens with specific examples in San Diego, Camden and Clark County. Learn More


Beyond Meeting the NARA Mandates

Despite a deadline of December 31st, about one third of federal agency leaders are still unsure how they will achieve compliance with NARA requirements. However, satisfying requirements are just one of the many reasons agencies should change and improve their processes. Download this report to read more on the latest strategies for effectively managing agency records and information.