Cloud-based technology is a key element of government IT modernization, and a zero-trust cybersecurity approach can help agencies protect it.
This excerpt showcases how a federal agency incorporated zero trust to secure their systems.
This playbook excerpt highlights how GenAI can positively affect customer service and security.
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From learning to trust how artificial intelligence (AI) will handle data and provide insights to implementing zero-trust architectures for cybersecurity to building citizen trust with better customer service, agencies are more focused than ever on delivering trust as part of their services.
Discover some of the challenges agencies are facing while meeting security, governance and compliance requirements.
Learn how agencies can fight back against a rising tide of cyberattacks.
Learn how code-to-cloud can safeguard your agency from the start.
Collaborative technology allows employees, wherever they’re located, to communicate and work together effectively. Four elements of collaborative tech are needed: unified communications, conferencing ability, strong security compliance, and collaboration endpoints.
Pairing the Internet of Things (IoT) with operational technology (OT) is an innovative way for federal agencies to optimize their existing tools and deliver revolutionary remote management. The potential of the IoT/OT convergence is boundless.