Email authentication is extremely powerful, but it requires careful configuration of DNS, intimate knowledge of the email infrastructure of thousands of sending services, constant monitoring, and rapid updating to respond to attacks and changes in cloud services. Most IT departments find that organizational friction and specific technical hurdles hinder implementation and stop them from getting to enforcement.
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The prevalence of data breaches and cyberattacks has put government agency IT managers and CIOs on edge. Security paradigms that once seemed straightforward are no longer sufficient. The missing link is visibility — a full view of their networks — says Marlin McFate, Federal CTO at Riverbed during a recent webcast, “Cyber Readiness Built on Network Visibility.”
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Ensuring security in the cloud can be a complex process, but it can also be more effective than securing traditional data centers. Federal agencies continue to embrace the cloud in increasing numbers to both comply with federal mandates such as Cloud First and to reap the benefits of working in the cloud.
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Every year, it seems there are more regulations and mandates that dictate how government agencies must update and modernize IT. Establishing and maintaining compliance is a major challenge, but automating much of the process can be an advantage.
As government agencies continue to gather information, maximizing the value of that information remains a challenge. Agency IT departments can help get the most value from this information as they continue their efforts to modernize the infrastructure.
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The latest iteration of the venerable SEWP V contract increasingly provides for the services agencies need to set up, configure, and integrate IT products into their current infrastructure.
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With the advent of cloud, IoT, and other next-gen technologies, the Federal government's digital footprint is
growing at an exponential rate. But as the amount of data explodes, so does the number of cyber adversaries and vulnerabilities in our government’s networks.
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Federal agencies continue their digital transformation, but many struggle to fully adopt new and emerging technologies. Automation can help them streamline and accelerate repetitive business processes and operate more efficiently.
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Legacy IT systems can hamper government modernization efforts, but replacing them isn’t the only answer. Agencies also must move to the cloud.
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US Federal Agencies are under pressure to replace their aging IT infrastructure and take advantage of industry-leading technologies to achieve government operation mandates and meet internal customer needs while maintaining a neutral budget. Learn how the Cost Neutral Cloud Journey (CNCJ) solution enabled a federal law enforcement agency to successfully migrate its existing IT infrastructure to the cloud while maintaining a neutral budget by reducing O&M costs by 30%.
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While few would dispute the importance of cybersecurity, some may feel ill-prepared to begin the process of managing these risks given the myriad technical and non-technical elements of the issue. The goal of this document is to address this gap by providing corporate leaders a practical framework for addressing the people, process, and technology elements of the cybersecurity challenge.
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Security practitioners and threat actors are constantly developing new techniques to gain advantages over the other. In recent years, security teams have stepped up their approaches to protecting their infrastructure by fortifying their network perimeter defenses, building up protections against advanced malware, upgrading vulnerable operating systems, automating the delivery of patches to stop exploits, and developing counter-measures to spot intruders. The threat actors looking to circumvent these measures are shifting their attention toward the next weakest link in the security chain – the user.