DevOps not only helps agencies meet compliance demands, but also exceeds those requirements by empowering more innovative, timely and secure development of critical software.
To deliver mission-critical services and be efficient in today’s world, government agencies are shifting IT from traditional infrastructure operations.
The fruits of labor that have been linked for decades to artificial intelligence and machine learning finally are ripe, and agencies can harvest their full value by going to the cloud.
To help federal enterprises address this ongoing challenge, next-generation, intent-based networks help provide enterprise visibility.
The “Innovation Community Center” (ICC) is a digital hub that will invite internal and external stakeholders to solve challenges using emerging and inventive technologies.
“It’s not just about the data. It’s about the cybersecurity, the collaboration, how agencies and private sector coordinate and have transparency between each other,” said David Bargh, Solution Manager for SAP Analytics Cloud at SAP National Security Services.
The role of identity governance is simple in principle: give the right people the right access to the right data. To do this, trusted and properly managed identity access has to become the primary control.
Under its Cloud Strategy 2.0, the Transportation Security Administration (TSA) will focus on creating an environment in which employees can innovate IT capabilities to better support mission objectives.
“Privileged access can be exploited and used to gain access to sensitive data,” said Jermyn. “We’ve seen time and time again, attackers will get into the network. It’s not about keeping them out; it’s about limiting what they can do once they are in the network. How do we stop them from escalating privileges and… Read more »
As cloud workloads start to pile in and developers start to acquire numerous services, it is important to consider available solution strategies.