Complexity and a lack of strategic planning undermine our government’s cybersecurity. The government does have the ability to protect our data and IT resources; what is needed is a strategic, risk-based program that prioritizes its most valuable assets.
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This can be accomplished with data-centric security that protects data as it is captured, processed and stored across a variety of devices, operating systems, databases, platforms and applications.
Government agencies face three major challenges to becoming data-driven organizations: silos and lack of alignment, technology gaps and an inability to derive value from this data deluge.
These shifts in preferences are changing the workplace, and it is important to understand what the future looks like.
Not only does modernizing your agency’s applications mean spending less on costly, outdated systems, it also leads to a more streamlined and agile portfolio. Modernization cuts the clutter, so to speak, and eliminates unneeded outdated applications, enabling changes and updates to be made much more rapidly and effectively throughout the enterprise.
This blog post is an excerpt from our recent industry perspective, How Hybrid IT Can Transform Government. Download the full perspective here. Most government agencies are heading toward a mix of private cloud, virtual private cloud, public cloud and traditional IT resources. Hybrid infrastructure is a potential combination of these four elements across multiple vendors. A key to… Read more »
When a breach occurs, perception is reality. How quickly and effectively you respond is vital for government agencies to protect their data and ultimately their reputation with stakeholders. Agencies must be prepared to act decisively.