Automating manual processes, particularly security patching, in the data center is the key factor that will allow federal agencies to meet compliance standards and keep data secure while freeing up resources for other critical tasks.
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If one thing is constant in the IT world, it’s change. Technology and procedures are often changing for the better in government, which improves processes and services that citizens can then use to improve their lives.
Government agencies have done a lot to step up their cybersecurity systems, but with mass shootings in the news seemingly every week, physical building security needs to be a high priority too.
There are four common reporting and visibility challenges that government agencies face. Splunk’s Anthony Perez explains how agencies can address them.
Cloud and security can co-exist. The maturity of cloud computing has made offerings such as multi-tenancy a secure and cost-effective option to support government’s modernization journey.
There is no 100 percent guaranteed protection against anything that exists or has yet to be developed. But there is a way to make yourself a harder target by setting up multi-factor authentication. Please do it today.
A smart city needs a government that keeps pace with technology advances. This article identifies 3 steps you can take to become a smarter city!
There are numerous indicators that DevOps and DevOps security is a priority for federal leaders, but is this priority maturing into federal business opportunities that require actual implementation? Weigh in.
At the recent Government Acquisitions event FedFocus: Smart Technologies Accelerating Mission, panelists gave the inside track on how to integrate security into the implementation of new technology with a DevSecOps strategy
Trusted Workforce 2.0 is a new initiative to fix the U.S. federal government’s woefully backlogged security clearance process. Here’s what you need to know about it.