Many federal agencies are adopting technologies to improve transparency, efficiency, and public trust. However, with government as with many industries, this is not an easy task. Agencies and governments are increasingly tasked with providing more services to citizens with dwindling resources. It’s a daunting challenge — but migrating from unsecured legacy technologies to secure, scalable, and cost-effective cloud-based applications can help improve their effectiveness in five key ways.
Sponsored by Carahsoft, Smartsheet
For years, the Trusted Internet Connection (TIC) policies, combined with the use of remote VPNs, limited agencies’ ability to move to the cloud due to the restrictions the old TIC policies placed on internal and external connections to the network and the internet. This made the traditional TIC model untenable in today’s cloud-first world.
Sponsored by Carahsoft, Zscaler
The cloud is ubiquitous. Whether we think about it consciously or not, almost all of us are using cloud services. That could be a music service such as Spotify, storage such as Dropbox, communications via Gmail, or a software-as-a-service application such as Salesforce. Cloud services touch all of our lives.
Sponsored by IBM
The Defense Department’s foray into AI brings with it promises of a new dawn for military readiness, but getting started isn’t always easy. This toolkit will enable DoD agencies to identify the steps to embark on an automation journey — it provides tips and strategies for harnessing data through high-powered data analytics and automation to help complete the mission.
Inherent trust of users inside your network is no longer working, causing federal users to consider whether zero trust architectures can help solve modern security challenges. This whitepaper provides an overview on the fundamentals of zero trust, and details why agencies must think beyond identity as they develop a mitigation program to improve an overall cybersecurity posture.
Sponsored by Forcepoint, BaHFed, immixGroup
Forcepoint Dynamic Edge Protection (DEP) implements Gartner’s SASE model for unifying web, network, and application security in the cloud. Download the Solution Brief to learn how DEP gives government agencies a pathway to the future of cloud-based security.
Sponsored by Forcepoint, Insight Public Sector, immixGroup
As organizations struggle to empower mobile workforces, maintain applications, and properly protect data flowing between environments, Dynamic Data Protection gives you the power to safeguard critical data, no matter where it lives or travels.
Sponsored by Forcepoint, Logistics365, immixGroup
Download this infographic to learn more about how government agencies can address Absolute Zero Trust with Check Point Infinity.
Sponsored by immixGroup, Check Point
In “A Radical Guide to Analytics Mastery,” you’ll discover how easy it is to switch to a modern analytics approach. Use the spreadsheet skills you’ve already got — but take advantage of repeatability, transparency, and all the other great features of workflows.
Sponsored by Alteryx
In "Government Healthcare Analytics Alchemy: Transform healthcare payer, provider, and patient outcomes," learn how to wrangle data from many sources and consolidate in a single platform to prepare, blend, and analyze; beat the data scientist talent gap by upskilling existing team members with code-free and code-friendly analytic tools; and upgrade your analytics with self-service predictive, prescriptive, and location intelligence capabilities.
Learn how to free yourself from common data challenges in government to become the Data Innovator you were meant to be.
Empower your agency with a culture of analytics and improve the efficiency, transparency, and accuracy of analytics across your organization.