Compliance automation is a new approach to achieve and maintain compliance. It uses code to automate the implementation, validation, remediation, monitoring and reporting of an agency’s security. It allows agencies to quickly deploy audit-ready environments that are pre-configured to meet compliance requirement
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To grapple with this growing sprawl of resource-intensive systems, agencies have turned away from traditional IT models to embrace software-defined data centers. But management can be a challenge.
There’s a lot of buzz about machine learning in government today, given its potential to improve operations, cut costs and produce better program outcomes. But what exactly is it?
To share intelligence data, protect warfighters and meet critical mission goals, the Department needs multiple IT resources.
The Department of Defense created Comply to Connect (C2C) as a way to secure its growing array of network endpoints. Let’s discuss how that works.
In response to network security challenges, the Department of Homeland Security created the Continuous Diagnostics and Mitigation, or CDM, program. The CDM Program is organized into four distinct phases designed to address each layer of agency cybersecurity. We’re tackling Phase 4.
The rise in sophisticated cyberattacks and the increasingly broad attack landscape means that agencies must adopt integrated cyber defense. This security model combines threat protection, information protection and compliance enforcement with federal standards in one framework.
The benefits of understanding your customer journey and applying integrated digital solutions to meet citizen expectations are endless. But most important is that government agencies that understand those journeys are best equipped to deliver on their mission of serving citizens.
In a super-connected world with ubiquitous technology, agencies must have a well–defined yet agile program to address and respond to cyber risks. That usually means moving many processes and tools into the cloud, but how do agencies do that effectively? For most agencies, the answer lies in partnership with FedRAMP-authorized providers
In healthcare agencies, it’s critical that data not only be secure but also available in the case of disaster. In the event of a system failure or cybersecurity breach, healthcare organizations must be able to quickly recover secure copies of patient, provider and payer data. Access to this information could literally be a life orRead… Read more »