A lean and mean Department of Defense doesn’t mean anything if we don’t have the technologies and the capabilities required.
Advanced cybersecurity solutions that baseline normal activity automatically and identifies suspicious traffic patterns are important because people can no longer react quickly enough to keep up with the onslaught of attacks.
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As the landscape of war changes, the DoD must adapt with it. In order to do this, the Department is making changes in the way it approaches technology, the workforce, and overall operations.
As new threats against the homeland develop, the DoD must expand on its traditional capabilities to effectively counter these threats. In order to reduce vulnerabilities at the Department, technology, workforce, and operations innovation must occur.
Many government agencies, including the DoD, are still trying to figure out how to most efficiently migrate to the cloud. Commercial cloud models are one solution to migration problems. Check out GTRI’s tailored cloud transition plan and how they’re helping agencies with their transition process.
Updating agencies’ legacy systems is hard but it doesn’t have to be. Adobe is working along side agencies to help them reimagine their digital strategies and innovate in ways that enhance connected experiences.
The landscape of war is shifting from physical threats to cyber ones. Fortunately, Government Acquisitions is helping the DoD and other agencies identify, target and eliminate these new threats.
DoD is working on solutions for a number of challenges that they are certain to encounter in the years to come. Implementing these changes will be difficult and may take a long time, but adapting to today’s obstacles will not be impossible.
Some agencies are stuck in the middle of IT modernization. Unfortunately, relying on both legacy systems and new infrastructure can leave systems vulnerable. Learn how SolarWinds can help update and secure your agency’s systems.