Download this infographic to learn more about how government agencies can address Absolute Zero Trust with Check Point Infinity.
Sponsored by immixGroup, Check Point
This government agency’s mission is to manage and support a supply chain of billions of dollars in goods and services annually. They employ over 25,000 personnel and are critical to national security. The agency has a strong commitment to be agile and responsive which requires a security strategy that simply works without the need to consistently troubleshoot and optimize.
Sponsored by Swish Data, Check Point
Federal agencies and departments are preparing for a new normal by modernizing their on-premise assets and applications to what is considered the future of technology in government: multi/hybrid-cloud environments. BMC uniquely differentiates itself as a market leader in multi/hybrid-cloud innovation with platform agnostic tools to support any environment within the federal government.
Sponsored by BMC
Network, Web, and Cloud Access Security are essential for SD-WAN. SASE solution Dynamic Edge Protection provides full web, network, and cloud access protection consistently across every branch office, regardless of which SD-WAN product being used.
Sponsored by Forcepoint, Enterprise Integration, immixGroup
Preventing data from being compromised is ideal, but blocking every threat can impede workflows and productivity. It doesn’t have to be this way. This infographic shows how to prevent future data security incidents while keeping teams productive.
Sponsored by Forcepoint
When your security team is alerted to a threat, addressing it swiftly is key. But how can they tell which threats really need their attention? This eBook explains how people-centric data protection provides the context needed to make the right call.
State and local governments need a secure data exchange to deliver services efficiently and securely for their users and citizens. But making internal and external data available to different departments, partners, and citizens is difficult and error-prone with legacy data sharing methods. Download this solution brief to learn about a centrally managed data tool that allows agencies, departments, and separate organizations to collaborate within a controlled, secure environment.
Sponsored by Snowflake
The federal government needs a secure data exchange to deliver services efficiently and securely for their users and citizens. But making internal and external data available to different departments, partners, and citizens is difficult and error-prone with legacy data sharing methods. Download this solution brief to learn about a centrally managed data tool that allows agencies, departments, and separate organizations to collaborate within a controlled, secure environment.
Moving an on-premises, legacy infrastructure to the cloud can be a nerve-racking prospect, and agencies often struggle with how to get started with cloud initiatives. However, there is good news: the well-known benefits of the cloud—including infinite elasticity, exponential cost savings, and superior data security—are easy to attain when you take the first step by modernizing your data platform.
According to the President’s Management Agenda, "the federal government needs a robust, integrated approach to using data to deliver on missions, serve customers, and steward resources while respecting privacy and confidentiality." Download this solution brief to learn why a cloud data platform is the right tool for the job.
Analytic workloads are moving to the cloud, away from on-premises environments, in substantial numbers. The Office of Management and Budget’s Cloud Smart strategy aims to accelerate that shift even further. Download this resource to discover some of the Cloud Smart guidance and the innovative technologies that will play a key role in implementing it.
According to a February 2020 survey of federal employees released by the Federal News Network, more than 75% believe speed to new capabilities and innovation of services and security of software or services are the biggest drivers for successfully implementing DevSecOps in their agency. Download this resource to learn other benefits of implementing DevSecOps, including faster innovation, higher efficiency, and lower costs.
Forward-thinking agencies are tired of analytic solutions that create a multitude of data silos, in the cloud and elsewhere, that increase complexity for IT professionals, and delay time to value for business users. They want to combine multiple types of data and a diverse array of analytic initiatives into a progressive and extensible cloud strategy.
The Cloud Smart guidance from the Office of Management and Budget (OMB) proposes that government missions should fully actualize the promise and potential of cloud-based technologies, while leveraging current resources to maximize value.
This webinar will enable you to discover the benefits of pre-production and live network testing. Learn how breach and attack simulation functionality can be leveraged to optimize the security and robustness of government networks.
Sponsored by Keysight Technologies
Organizations leverage an intricate supply chain to source chunks of code or whole applications as the building blocks for their software. Sourcing from the cyber supply chain makes sense. Why recreate code that exists and is even available for free? Free, however, is rarely truly free. Download to learn how agencies can tackle the complex issues that stems from today’s software supply chain by leveraging a proven process known as “Test and Evaluation” and an advanced testing technique known as fuzzing or fuzz testing.
Sponsored by ForAllSecure
COVID-19 has forced a reordering of much agency funding to equip and protect a suddenly mostly remote workforce. This now diffuse workforce also creates a much larger attack surface for bad actors to go after. Reports from agencies confirm that cyber attacks have increased across the board.
With funding already stretched, how can agencies protect their vital data? Keysight, a leading test and measurement equipment provider for network monitoring, has an effective and affordable solution with its network packet broker tools that screen data moving on the network. Learn why more than 100 federal organizations and top network equipment manufacturers rely on this solution to protect critical data.
As the workforce continues to go remote and mobile, Forcepoint's Dynamic Edge Protection (DEP) can help you implement effective policies and cloud sharing to protect your people, your data and business continuity with a true SASE solution, designed for the cloud era.
Sponsored by Forcepoint, Connection, immixGroup
Almost half of federal government employees engaged in some form of situational telework in 2018, with drastically varying levels of remote access infrastructure between agencies. The COVID-19 public health emergency has exponentially increased the number of teleworkers and pushed agency networks and remote systems to capacity. By implementing a zero trust architecture, federal agencies can adapt to heavily remote workforces, support existing infrastructures, and enhance security all at once.
Sponsored by Merlin
United States government agencies and their partners are looking for the flexibility to expand into cloud solutions that comply with high security standards. VMware Cloud™ on AWS GovCloud (US) solves these challenges with consistent infrastructure delivered by the familiar VMware SDDC stack that agencies use on-premises, with familiar vCenter Server interfaces, templates and APIs. Learn more in this new whitepaper.
Sponsored by VMware
Organizations will continue to benefit from their data center investments, yet many are also looking to reap the benefits offered by public cloud that cannot be cost-effectively delivered with today's traditional environments. Check out this solution brief for the top challenges organizations face, and how a tailored solution might be the perfect fix.
Customers worldwide are expecting more – faster delivery of goods and services, and an enhanced user experience. However, it is becoming more difficult for organizations to keep up, especially with the constraints the traditional data center brings. To remain competitive, enterprises need to find an infrastructure strategy that enables them to seamlessly scale their environments without costly over-provisioning. Many organizations turn to the public cloud, but is it the ideal choice? Read this eBook to learn how you can leverage cloud economics and determine the right scalability strategy for your business.
Agencies and organizations often need to extend their data center to the cloud for a variety of reasons. Today's environment demands that new projects and geographical locations can be rapidly supported, season or unplanned capacity needs. Read this overview for the top three considerations that enable IT teams to quickly begin extending the data center footprint with VMware Cloud on AWS.
As businesses continue to grow their infrastructure and operations, IT teams need the ability to extend their data center to the public cloud in a coherent and consistent manner to support business growth. The public cloud offers many advantages to organizations worldwide, such as access to on-demand capacity, usage-based pricing, global scale, and cloud-native services.
While the concept of telework is not new, the magnitude of demand for remote work has increased exponentially during this new normal. Large teams of teleworkers and rising demand for secure, remote access adds tremendous pressure to both IT and security teams, and to the infrastructure they support. At a time when urgent action is critical, Splunk stands in solidarity with all of our customers, particularly those on the front lines of care and response, and the IT personnel that support their critical missions.
Sponsored by Splunk
The demand for data and analytics is growing exponentially, and legacy technologies cannot keep pace. In fact, many organizations struggle with a proliferation of data warehouses and a shortage of data science talent. Download this resource to learn how you can harness the power of AI and machine learning to turn surplus into valuable business insights.
Data is fundamental to creating efficient business operations, discovering new revenue opportunities, and delivering exceptional customer experiences. But yesterday’s tools for acquiring, storing, and sharing data have not kept up with today’s burgeoning demands.
By 2023, IDC predicts that 50% of software vendor revenue for data and analytics will come from public clouds, and that cloud implementations will grow 8 times faster than on-premises implementations. But, forward-looking organizations do not just want to move data and analytic workloads to the cloud haphazardly. Instead, download this resource to discover a long-term strategy for maximizing data assets, based on an extensible, multi-region and multi-cloud platform.
There’s no limit to how enterprises can engage and collaborate with data. However, data does not magically appear on your doorstep, figuratively speaking. Download this eBook to learn how data can be generated and distributed within minutes using modern data sharing methods.
In accordance with Executive Order 13800, the US Office of Management and Budget (OMB) recently replaced the government’s legacy Federal Cloud Computing Strategy (“Cloud First”) with a new strategy to accelerate agency adoption of cloud-based solutions: Cloud Smart. Now, agencies must assess their requirements and seek the environments and solutions that best enable them to achieve mission goals while being good stewards of taxpayer resources. Download this resource to discover 6 reasons why that solution is Snowflake.
For years, many agencies have focused their attention on migrating their applications to FedRAMP-accredited public clouds and developing their own private clouds, which has resulted in data, users, and applications being spread across multiple clouds without the means to view, secure, and manage them centrally. To increase transparency, strengthen security, and ensure compliance within and across government organizations, a new solution is needed.
With many people working remotely during the extended pandemic response, the risk to agency networks is rising dramatically. One way to reduce risk is to use a new systems of Universal Privilege Management. Find out how the flexible, affordable approach can secure your networks and your data.
Sponsored by Swish Data, BeyondTrust
There has never been just one approach to the cloud, but the Army’s new Cloud Strategy office was designed to create a strategy and “thoughtful approach to leveraging cloud computing.” Learn how the Army and its director of Enterprise Cloud Management office weighed the different mission demands and settled on hybrid cloud and what industry resources are available to help plan a move at your organization.
Sponsored by VMware, ThunderCat Technology
This eBook examines the data management issues that CDOs and CIOs should address to meet the requirements of the year-one action plan. It proposes a list of actionable competencies you should invest in and considers potential barriers to success.
Sponsored by Informatica
CMS chose Okta to manage identity and access because of its industry leadership and its well-documented API. Okta API Access Management allows CMS developers to focus on streamlining the provider experience, while Okta securely controls access to the QPP website and API. Going forward, Okta will help modernize CMS backend systems to make its infrastructure more agile.
Sponsored by Okta, Carahsoft
Governments around the world are being called upon to provide a comprehensive, timely, and effective response to the COVID-19 outbreak. This response requires a wide-range of interdisciplinary and intergovernmental actions including communications, coordination, reporting, tracking, and treatment.
Sponsored by Salesforce, Carahsoft
Despite its importance to our lives, people have a love/hate relationship with email. Far too often, the emails we receive are devoid of useful or meaningful information. They also frequently lack functional design, which creates a poor user experience or can prevent accessibility for people with visual disabilities.
Sponsored by Adobe, Carahsoft
Strong customer service is essential for public and private organizations looking to foster loyalty and trust and deliver the best experience possible. Artificial intelligence can help them achieve this. Discover the tools and automation available to help agencies deliver the promise of better customer service.
Sponsored by Genesys, Carahsoft
Natural Language Understanding (NLU) technology is a critical building block for conversational AI. This quick guide breaks down what NLU is, how it works, and how to deliver it at enterprise scale— fast.
Sponsored by Nuance, Carahsoft
As security vulnerabilities proliferate, citizens, employees, and contractors face access and usability challenges when trying to navigate the multiple systems required to get to public services and entitlements, or to simply do their jobs. Okta, the leader in enterprise identity and access management, is uniquely poised to relieve much of this burden for government agencies at all levels.
Imagine if a constituent could have a conversation with your IVR that feels natural and human and actually gives them what they need. And what if that same experience could be extended to virtual assistants and IoT devices through digital channels. What message would that experience send?
Businesses should evaluate their current customer service approach and embark on a journey to ensure that they are steering their leaders and their enterprise in the right direction. The research in this whitepaper is geared towards this journey; C-level executives were asked about the five core categories our experts identified as key to a successful customer service operation.
Sponsored by ServiceNow, Carahsoft
The impact of cybersecurity breaches is staggering – for example, in the 2016 Office of Management and Budget, Federal Information Security Act, Annual Report to Congress, federal agencies reported 30,899 information-security incidents, 16 of which met the threshold of being a major incident. With billions of identities and sensitive data compromised, it’s clear that traditional security no longer solves the problem. This eBook explores identity as the new perimeter and explains how a Zero Trust Architecture focused on least privilege is the foundation of modern security.
Sponsored by SailPoint
With the right infrastructure, agencies can capitalize on trends, like mobile, cloud computing and artificial intelligence (AI) – without introducing new security risks. ServiceNow partners with government agencies to navigate AI, offering a platform that enables them to realize the full benefits of their investment while providing a secure data management approach.
Microsoft Office 365 has introduced new levels of availability and resiliency for their many Federal customers. But while Office 365 makes your data highly available, native retention policies don’t protect you from insider threat, accidental deletion, or malware. Veeam protects your Exchange Online, OneDrive, and SharePoint Online data from loss, restoring assurance that your data is safe. Additionally, Veeam Backup for O365 allows you to locate backup copies on-premises or in the cloud, ensuring compliance by guaranteeing that you always have custody of your critical data.
Sponsored by Veeam Software
Veeam’s Federal customers have missions that only they can accomplish, and they need data protection that ensures they can complete those missions no matter what. Veeam ensures that your mission critical data is protected and available whether on-premises or in the cloud. When it’s time to recover data, Veeam’s advanced features let you be confident that your data is free of malware, securely restored, and is accessible where and when you need it.
While enforcing Internet security is just a part of what your organization does, breaking through your Internet security is a full-time job for hackers. You can’t maintain a battle against such dynamic foes on so many fronts without the right tools to help.
Sponsored by Carahsoft and Infoblox
The Internet is so intrinsic to modern life that everyone takes it for granted. However, a worldwide network of computing power doesn’t just work on its own. Over the relatively short life of the Internet, many sophisticated technologies, such as DNS, have grown to make the convenience that we’ve come to expect from the Internet possible. But, the Internet is also the target of attacks by unethical people. For that reason, it's important to know how to protect yourself and your electronic property.
As of late March, China, Hong Kong, USA, UK, Austria, South Korea, Australia, Germany, France, Italy, Japan, Canada, Russia, India, and Brazil have all introduced some form of stimulus package to help mitigate the financial effects of the COVID-19 pandemic. Introducing this money into the economy means new cash flows, payments, and goods are running through new supply chains. To ensure the funds serve their intended purpose, financial control is paramount.
Sponsored by Automation Anywhere
Today, employees spend around 10–20% of their time on mundane, repetitive tasks that can be easily automated. Download this resource to learn how Robotic Process Automation (RPA) enables organizations to offload these cumbersome tasks to their Digital Workforce, giving human workers more time for productivity and innovation.