To meet their business goals, enterprises need visibility into the performance of all applications—local, SaaS, IaaS, PaaS, thick client, web or mobile—as well as visibility into the physical and virtual infrastructure supporting them.
Sponsored By SwishData, Riverbed
Digital transformation is in full swing in the enterprise, increasing the pressure on IT. The average enterprise has 579 cloud apps in use, and the typical workforce end user relies on more than three different devices through out the day. IT requires visibility into end user experience to ensure that cloud, mobile, and virtualization initiatives deliver the expected gains in workforce productivity.
SteelCentral Aternity addresses a full range of mobile APM use cases for developers of both consumer and workforce mobile apps, IT Ops who support them, and the business executives who rely on them to grow and transform their markets.
How Tier 1 carriers empower the Digital Transformation of government
In this Executive Q&A, Sasha Gorman, Sprint’s vice president of product development, shares his thoughts about his company’s agile mindset and how a data-driven approach can support IT modernization.
Sponsored By Sprint Government
In the era of data-driven IT modernization, big telecom providers do a lot more than just telephony. Telecom is, in fact, uniquely positioned to empower digital transformation. Connectivity is at the core of data use – its collection, storage, analysis and retrieval – and data is the foundational substrata of the continually evolving tech landscape, both in private industry and across government. The new role of the big wireless carrier is driving Government IT modernization.
The Intel® Select Solution for Hardened Security with Lockheed Martin represents a combination of Intel and Lockheed Martin developed technologies to deliver capabilities from system power on, through boot, BIOS load, and the runtime of applications in a VM environment. The Intel Select Solution for Hardened Security with Lockheed Martin provides hardware-enforced firewalling that helps separate sensitive data from untrusted workloads, providing cross-domain protection against leakage, modification and privilege escalation.
Sponsored By Intel, Lockheed Martin
A SIEM is a powerful tool for collecting and correlating event data, but to maximize its potential you must combine it with threat intelligence. This white paper examines how security organizations can enhance their SIEM with threat intelligence to take control of the chaos, gain a fuller understanding of threats, eliminate false positives, and form a proactive, intelligence-driven defense.
Sponsored By ThreatConnect
Today, the CISO, CEO and board all want to know, "Where are we exposed?"
Answering this question means having complete visibility into the attack surface – not just traditional IT infrastructure, but every networked asset (e.g., cloud, containers, IoT and even OT). It means seeing every vulnerability.
Sponsored By Tenable
CISOs and other security leaders know they can't find and fix every vulnerability. Yet, that's what’s expected. So, what can you do?
The short answer: Work smarter, not harder. To do that, you need to reduce the vast universe of potential vulnerabilities down to a subset of the vulnerabilities that matter most.
Overwhelmed by the number of vulnerabilities your team faces? Uncertain which cyber threats pose the greatest risk to your business? You’re not alone. Cybersecurity leaders have been grappling with these challenges for years – and the problem keeps getting worse.
The President’s Management Agenda (PMA) stakes out a bold position on data—in fact, much bolder than many people recognize.
Sponsored By Tableau Software
What are the top priorities for public sector cybersecurity leaders in 2019? Why has preventing attacks on OT become a major concern? Why are current approaches for measuring cyber risks falling short – and what’s needed? How can technology help security teams stay ahead of cyberattackers?