It’s been seven years since the federal government began migrating operations to the cloud, and the potential payoff from such a transition remains sky-high. The question is how quickly agencies will fully realize that longstanding forecast and catch up to the private sector. Numerous obstacles, including security concerns and the complexity of transforming legacy systems, have prevented some agencies from making progress toward cloud migration’s ultimate goals – or even starting. The silver lining, experts say, is that migration to the cloud can begin without having a deep understanding of the technology at the outset.
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While few would dispute the importance of cybersecurity, some may feel ill-prepared to begin the process of managing these risks given the myriad technical and non-technical elements of the issue. The goal of this document is to address this gap by providing corporate leaders a practical framework for addressing the people, process, and technology elements of the cybersecurity challenge.
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Security practitioners and threat actors are constantly developing new techniques to gain advantages over the other. In recent years, security teams have stepped up their approaches to protecting their infrastructure by fortifying their network perimeter defenses, building up protections against advanced malware, upgrading vulnerable operating systems, automating the delivery of patches to stop exploits, and developing counter-measures to spot intruders. The threat actors looking to circumvent these measures are shifting their attention toward the next weakest link in the security chain – the user.
DHS has mandated DMARC email authentication to protect .GOV domains from fraud and malicious emails. However, implementing DMARC can be difficult to implement and maintain in complex government enterprises. In this whitepaper, you'll learn about a solution that offers a turnkey "email authentication as a service" product for U.S. federal agencies and .GOV domains that provides worldwide visibility to all email senders using your domain. This solution fixes common challenges implementing DMARC so you never unintentionally block good email and offers a cost effective and streamlined path to DHS BOD 18-01 compliance.
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.”
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The shift from Enterprise Content Management (ECM) to Content Services goes far deeper than a mere name change. Modern content services solutions can intelligently connect application platforms and components. A content services platform can intelligently integrate core business systems to expedite finding information, deliver content, and streamline business processes.
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Government agencies continue to move toward digitization to meet citizen demands and federal mandates. However, they are hampered by legacy content and case management systems and process. They need to be able to digitize and automate their workflows. Agencies need to apply modern content services to operate more efficiently and ensure version control, robust tracking, automated processes, and workflow.
The challenges of content management have evolved as the very nature of content has evolved. When Enterprise Content Management (ECM) first emerged, the goal was to have all content in a single ECM repository. However, the volume and variety of content makes that a profound challenge. Content is also stored in many different places, which adds to the access challenge. A modern content strategy must be appropriately geared to meeting these challenges.
As government agencies continue to become increasingly digital, older content management systems and strategies are no longer sufficient. Agencies need to manage various types of modern digital content like videos, photos, and unstructured social media. Modern Content Services can help agencies get the most value from their data, increase efficiency, improve citizen engagement, and ensure compliance.
Managing content and data is critical to agency operations. Extracting the full measure of value from unstructured data is top of mind. Agencies need help surmounting challenges in four significant areas
When an agency’s content is spread across multiple systems, locating and organizing that data is an increased challenge. Agencies need rapid access to all information relating to save time and increase productivity. Content federation capabilities can help bring together information residing in other locations and expediently deliver that information to the workforce where and when it’s required.
This Gartner Magic Quadrant (MQ) addresses the Content Services Platforms (CSP) market; it is an evolution of the Enterprise Content Management (ECM) Magic Quadrant.