Cybercriminals see new opportunities to attack agencies by exploiting unsecured cloud-based services that were deployed as part of the shift to remote-work.
Today, NCMEC reaches a global audience by disseminating critical information through a broad range of digital touchpoints across web, mobile and social media channels.
When it comes to data projects, stakeholders with limited technical expertise might think little is happening if there is nothing visual to show.
Agencies are struggling to protect data across workloads, the solution is in simplifying agencies’ data protection strategies.
What the community really wants to know is how their input was incorporated into the project. Here are some practical ways to visualize community feedback.
Six use cases for how agencies can use self-service analytics to empower their teams and accelerate the COVID-19 response and recovery.
Teasing out insights from big data can seem like a daunting task, but it doesn’t have to be with a big data analytical framework.
When it comes to innovation, agencies are pinning much of their hopes on analytics, particularly when putting their vast stores of data to use.
The good news is that data analytics is not too technical for government staff to implement. Data is the way policy moves into practice. It helps everyone work smarter, not harder. The key is that data must be married to a service change in order to see results.
To approach big data in a way that leads to more insight, Moore said agencies first need to commit to a data fabric concept.