The Belkin Universal Secure KVM's ease of use belies its robust engineering and a host of advanced features, among them an innovative display technology that can simultaneously accommodate legacy DVI-D and high-resolution HDMI and DisplayPort input/outputs; a flexible, plug-and-play platform; optical diodes on all USB connections, assuring uni-directional data flow of HID filtered information with no signal leakage between channels; and integrated anti-tamper switches.
Sponsored By Belkin
Extending network security to the desktop has become necessary at a time of exponential increases in cyberattacks. The risk to data, IP and critical infrastructure is unrelenting. Belkin's products provide a much-needed layer of protection by maintaining desktops' air-gap isolation and improving operators' efficiency and effectiveness. Belkin's tamper-proof solutions have earned NIAP Protection Profile 3.0 certification.
Most secure keyboard-video-mouse (KVM) switches support a particular video standard. At agencies deploying air-gap network isolation strategies into environments supporting multiple computing platforms and video interfaces, the lack of KVM universality can quickly lead to cluttered desktops and spiraling costs. The Belkin Universal Secure KVMs solves the problem of incompatible video standards by simplifying the desktop experience for administrators and users.
This report addresses data requirements of a hybrid data ecosystem, focusing on data virtualization.
Sponsored By Denodo
On October 16, 2017 the U.S. Department of Homeland Security (DHS) announced that it would require federal agencies to implement email authentication (including DMARC) on their email-sending domains by January 15, 2018. The DHS directive, BOD 18-01, also required agencies to set their DMARC records to a policy of enforcement, which provides protection against email fraud, by October 16, 2018.
Migrating business operations to cloud is a silo-busting, efficiency-enhancing proposition that affect many organizational functions. Cloud facilitates IT modernization by bolstering security, improving services and leveraging emerging innovative technologies. Given the scope, a holistic approach to cloud transitions is advisable. Envisioning the big picture will help agencies to align disparate federal IT, cybersecurity and legacy systems during the transition. Transitioning to a hybrid cloud environment may also requires creation of a more comprehensive governance structure. Failure to plan comprehensively can lead to less-than-optimal results, such as multi-cloud environments vexed by interconnectivity or interoperability problems.
Sponsored By IBM, Google Cloud, AWS, Acquia
Organizations and public agencies are increasingly aware of the need for digital transformation, whose success fundamentally rests upon the ability to control, manage, and protect the collections of information that reside across the extended information enterprise. There are, however, some inherent challenges that may complicate the ability to manage information in an increasingly complex environment. Download to Learn More
Sponsored By Veritas
If you like the online ease of shopping at Amazon, you’ll want to check out SEWP V, the latest iteration of NASA’s Solutions for Enterprise-Wide Procurement (SEWP). The agency’s new procurement solution brings point-and-click convenience to federal acquisitions. A pair of catalogs offered by SEWP V make it possible for buyers to order from a set list of products, eliminating the need for agencies to issue requests for quotation (RFQ) every time they make a purchase. These innovations are expected to enhance SEWP’s popularity and reputation for ease of use and fast turnaround times.
Sponsored By CDW-G
In its very first Cybersecurity Executive Order, the Trump administration mandated broader support for strengthening both the cybersecurity of federal networks and of our nation’s critical infrastructure. While it’s tempting to see these as two parallel but fundamentally separate objectives, it becomes harder to separate the two when federal agencies are discovering entirely new categories of vulnerable physical and logical assets right in their own backyards.
Sponsored By Tripwire
With the DOD’s compliance deadline in the rearview mirror, here are a few things that civilian contractors can learn from their DOD counterparts and proactive steps they should be taking in advance of GSA publishing its final requirements.
The majority of security practitioners agree that establishing foundational security controls will give agencies the biggest security bang for their buck. So where should those agencies focus their efforts in order to ensure a strong foundation of security?
Most security practitioners and experts alike agree that establishing foundational security controls will give agencies the biggest security bang for their buck. So where should IT managers focus their efforts in order to ensure a strong foundation of security? As we have examined in parts one and two of this series, there are four key fundamentals at the heart of every effective security foundation: log management, file integrity monitoring, policy compliance and vulnerability management. Here, in part three of this series, we address policy compliance.