If you have a TSP then please pay close attention. Analysts warn that the biggest crash of our lifetime could be coming....and that’s bad news if you have a TSP.
If there’s a major selloff, then your six standard fund options will get clobbered and you will lose significant money.
Sponsored By Red Rock Secured
The federal government buys more than half a trillion goods and services every year, mostly in a fragmented way. There are many ways to improve the government’s purchasing power and processes, including buying smarter, innovating business practices, and modernizing technology and the workers who use it. Read our recap of FCW’s Federal IT Acquisition Summit to learn what federal agencies and their industry partners are saying about the government purchasing landscape.
Sponsored By SAIC, Hyland and Canon, NASA SEWP, NITAAC, GSA, Connection Public Sector Solutions, HelpSystems
Government is moving IT operations to the cloud to help agencies deliver services to citizens. Faster computing, scalability, enhanced innovation, greater flexibility and the ability to run simulations are some of the cloud’s benefits that are accelerating the pace and quality of mission attainment. Yet despite the many benefits, shifting operations to the cloud has implications for workplace culture that savvy leaders must address. Learn more in your free IT playbook.
Sponsored By Oracle and Affigent
Knowing your network is the most foundational step in building a secure organization, but many organizations overlook important edge cases and even mundane events that lead to an incomplete view of their network. Learn the benefits of using a whole-Internet approach to IP address discovery.
Sponsored By Expanse
IT modernization is complex, but necessary for government agencies to better serve customers, offer new services, and operate more efficiently. Modernization is a key drivers in the President’s Management Agenda and one of the building blocks for agencies to transform their enterprise by embracing emerging technology, boosting their cyber security posture, and training a workforce of the future. This report highlights the most important aspects and strategies for modernization, as detailed by industry and government leaders at FCW’s annual IT Modernization Summit.
Sponsored By CGI, IBM, HP, Broadcom, Oracle, Atlassian, MetTel, BMC, Quest Software and DLT, Deloitte
The Children’s Internet Protection Act (CIPA), is a federal law enacted by the United States’ Congress to address concerns about internet access in K-12 schools and libraries. Read this brief for a concise summary of how Palo Alto Networks helps schools and libraries meet or exceed CIPA requirements while protecting students and users from unscrupulous internet criminals.
Sponsored By Palo Alto Networks
As of year-end 2017, members of SWIFT, Society for Worldwide Interbank Financial Telecommunications, must annually self-attest to sixteen mandatory cybersecurity controls. Furthermore, eleven advisory security controls are provided as best practices to further improve cyber hygiene across the SWIFT community.
Read this use case white paper based on real world designs to learn more.
White paper discussing how remote access can be supplied to both greenfield or brownfield deployments into an automation network.
Government computers and servers are a critical path to sensitive data and are central to operations. Malicious access and unauthorized changes to these systems can have a significant impact on an agency’s operations and, potentially, that of the country.
With our new data-driven culture, data must be and is everywhere. Everyone – Minister to citizen, military or civilian student to patient, sister military force to civilian employee – becomes both the supplier and the consumer of the government’s information. We are benefiting from the tremendous changes in how, when and why we access data. This paper explains how Palo Alto Networks VM-Series can provide threat prevention across your Public Cloud deployments.
Government and education institutions continue to combat ransomware. Government Technology – with the support of industry leaders and Palo Alto Networks Unit 42 Threat Research – recently produced a handbook for public sector organizations entitled “How to Create a Modern Ransomware Strategy”.
Read this handbook to:
Get insight, tips and tricks from your peers and industry experts on designing and implementing a modern ransomware strategy.
Learn best practices on how to protect your organization with a comprehensive, end-to-end cybersecurity approach.
Expand your strategy to empower your people with modern training techniques and the right processes.
Access a checklist to ensure you are taking all necessary steps to prepare for and prevent ransomware attacks.