Here’s some good news: Your security tools generate a lot of data, and you can put that data to use.
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Unfortunately, these scenarios are happening more frequently across the nation. But there are ways to bolster your defenses. It begins with creating a security playbook.
There’s a lot to consider when making the business case for migrating on-prem workloads to the cloud, but it’s a worthy case to make.
Our armed forces are faced with near-peer adversaries who have developed many systems that are competitive on a system-to-system basis. How can the U.S. assert and maintain dominance in this environment?
Digital transformation is no longer the wave of the future — it’s standard practice for many agencies today. The key to transformation in these environments is observability.
The Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory is reaping the benefits of pandemic-forced changes through technologies like mobile and virtual reality.
Security staff shouldn’t waste time playing catch-up with bad actors. And that experience shouldn’t inconvenience users either.
Across the federal government, agencies are rethinking their telework policies and practices in light of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Supporting IT for a distributed workforce is tough at all agencies. The latest version of the TIC policy, known as TIC 3.0, has provided relief.
Let’s look at how agencies got to a cloud-native environment today, as well as the security considerations they need to keep their environment as secure as possible.