The President’s Management Agenda provided agencies with a clear goal: Leverage data as a strategic asset. In theory, they are in great positions to do so.
Agencies have spent countless hours responding to the COVID-19 pandemic. Now is the time for agencies to shift their focus to resiliency efforts.
Backing up your cloud environment is an important first step to making sure that your data and infrastructure is always available, but it doesn’t solve everything.
The golden rule of security is to always be prepared.
With the provisions of the CARES Act, SBA has pushed out more funds in the past four months than it had in all of its history put together.
As more agencies demonstrate the success of DevSecOps, the once widening gap between the business outcomes that agencies desire and the tools and processes they use to achieve them is diminishing.
Cybercriminals see new opportunities to attack agencies by exploiting unsecured cloud-based services that were deployed as part of the shift to remote-work.
Technology that improves remote-working capabilities for government employees is eligible for CARES Act funding. So, too, is technology that supports social distancing, such as solutions that provide COVID-19 updates, allows remote bill-paying or facilitates remote meetings.
There are six core capabilities of zero trust that agencies can include to modernize their security environments.
Data fuels the federal government’s mission, who are working to harness the power of data, the cloud has proven to be an effective repository for backups.