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.