The challenge federal agencies face with data isn’t just one of constantly exploding volume. It’s also one of velocity — the ability to ingest, analyze and draw value from that data in a relative blink of the eye. Too often, however, they’re working with systems and tools designed for a smaller scale and more deliberateRead… Read more »
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Solving all these issues starts by recognizing that data is the most important asset agencies have.
Agencies must build a culture of data intelligence. And that begins with data governance, which manages availability, security and usability.
A managed service provider can help agencies avoid pitfalls that lead to ineffective services, misspent money or risky cyber vulnerabilities.
Agencies must build a culture of data intelligence. It begins with data governance, which manages availability, security and usability while providing a framework for enforcing policies.
When applications are running in a cloud service provider’s environment, there are a lot of other things the government has to worry about.
Phishing tactics have steadily evolved, either in response to new defensive measures from security companies, increased awareness among users or a change in attackers’ priorities.
The government has no shortage of data, and an increasing amount of it resides in the cloud, making a cloud-based solution that integrates and manages that data from the start optimal for DR.
The golden rule of security is to always be prepared.
DevSecOps, which is now established as the “industry best practice for rapid, secure software development,” presents the optimal path for DoD and other organizations.