Today, there are more connected devices than ever before. Everything from refrigerators and smoke detectors to health bands and lighting are part of a vast interconnected network — with more devices on the way. While these devices bring exciting new capabilities, they also represent new network access points — and a huge threat to the network and everything on it. In this whitepaper, we explore the importance of a comprehensive security strategy, including tips to combat attacks as the threat landscape continues to change.
Sponsored By Cisco
Wherever your organization falls on the spectrum of mobility adoption, the global trend is moving towards BYOD to benefit from enhanced worker productivity, increased revenues, and reduced device and data expenses. However, this increase in mobile devices brings important security implications. Download to get your top mobile security questions answered, including top threats, critical gaps, and why enterprises need visibility into mobile today.
Sponsored By Lookout
Many federal agencies claim they don't have a BYOD program. However, after analyzing 20 federal agencies, Lookout discovered 14,622 Lookout-enabled devices associated with government networks. Download this research report to get more data on the state of federal BYOD, including your employees’ personal devices usage at work, who's breaking the rules, mobile malware encounters and more.
Sponsored By Lookout
Keeping track of databases, and the associated data they host, is a significant challenge. Given the dynamic nature of organizational data, the way it is being used, stored, and eventually destroyed is constantly in flux and needs to be tracked on a continuous basis. Without a complete, continuously updated understanding, it is not possible to protect the most critical information assets.
Sponsored By DB Networks
The only way to reduce costs, increase security and prepare for the future is to modernize the network. Modernization requires transformation. And transformation includes not only upgrades to the network infrastructure, but also changes in operational business practices. Download this informative Infographic - based on a recent survey - to learn the best practices in transforming your network.
Sponsored By CenturyLink and Ciena
Shared services - a model that enables resources to be leveraged across an entire organization or multiple organizations based on agreed upon customer-service levels - is increasingly popular in the public sector. However, to take full advantage of a shared services agreement, the provider and consumer need to find some middle ground to ensure both of their needs are being met.
Sponsored By DLT, ScienceLogic
The U.S. Department of Defense (DoD) is facing a daunting mission with a tight deadline – the migration of all desktop users to Windows 10 by January 2017. In this digital dialogue, IT experts offer their advice for helping DoD IT teams to make progress on the upcoming deadline. Including how to minimize the complexity of the transition and to future proof desktop migrations overall.
Sponsored By Carahsoft, Nutanix, Liquidware Labs
Working in government IT isn’t easy. Constantly shifting trends, technologies, priorities and challenges often leave decision-makers feeling like they are on unstable ground. Fortunately, some steps can be taken to prepare for and harness this new normal of IT disruption. Here are the five forces of chaos to look out for and how to harness them.
Sponsored By DLT, ScienceLogic
This e-book addresses common misconceptions about enterprise flash storage, providing clarity for anyone using or considering flash in enterprise environments. Learn about old myths laid to rest and the reality of how enterprises can make full use of their flash storage investment.
Sponsored By NetApp
This paper discusses a real-life situation, in which a malware attack took place but was discovered before any damage occurred. This malicious activity could have led to a very serious intrusion with devastating repercussions, but it was caught immediately, and the client was able to research and mitigate it easily and quickly.
Sponsored By LogRhythm
By 2020 about 1.7 megabytes of new information will be created every second for every human being on the planet, and at least 90% of it will be unstructured. The challenge that faces every organization is being able to extract meaningful information from the overload of data. Compounding this challenge is paper-based data that has to processed at the same time of electronic data. In this guide, get strategies on how to move paper files to electronic records for a digital transformation that can ultimately make a "paperless office" a reality, where extracting insights from data will be easier and more efficient.
Sponsored By Kodak Alaris
Government agencies rely on mobile devices more than ever before. And it’s not just field operatives or inspectors. Agency staffers at all levels are being issued mobile devices. The challenge now for agencies is to ensure productivity and access to the tools they need to do their jobs; while at the same time ensuring those devices are truly secure. Security threats facing mobile devices continue to evolve, and so too must the security solutions and policies that protect those devices.
Sponsored By Samsung