Sept. 28 – 5 Ways You Can Reduce the Risk of a Data Breach

No one is safe from a cyber attack. When breaches happen, the implications are often costly and long-lasting. While it’s virtually impossible to prevent a cyber breach, organizations can take proactive steps to mitigate risk. Prevention doesn’t necessarily start at the top, and everyone plays a role in protecting their organization’s sensitive data and information.Read… Read more »

Sept. 21 – NextGen Virtual Training Summit

Ready to take the next step in your professional development journey? Register below to join us online at the NextGen Virtual Training Summit: Supporting and Developing Gov Supervisors on Wednesday, Sept. 21, 2022. Virtual Summit Details: Date: Sept. 21, 2022 Time: 10 a.m. ET/7 a.m. PT to 4 p.m. ET/1 p.m. PT Cost: FREE Who:Read… Read more »

Oct. 18 – How to Motivate an Unmotivated Team

Wouldn’t it be nice if every team you worked on, worked as hard or harder than you did? However, for a variety of reasons, many team leads find themselves working with unmotivated colleagues. Unfortunately, low morale can have a serious impact on employee engagement, well-being and productivity. Join us online Tuesday, Oct. 18 at 2Read… Read more »

Sept. 7 – Need New Software Solutions – How Do You Buy It?

Procurement departments are constantly faced with finding the right solution—amidst thousands of options—as state agencies bring them new needs and problems. Over the last few years, there has been an absolute proliferation of software as a service solutions. But the traditional way of shopping and buying that software hasn’t changed in decades. Agencies who needRead… Read more »

Oct. 6 – Interactive Workshop: How to Identify Your Business Opportunities for Lasting Change

Change can be incredibly slow in government. For example, sensitive documents are still printed and stored in file cabinets. Employees still obtain physical signatures for approvals then hand-deliver them to colleagues down the hall. These are just two of the outdated business workflows government leaders are using to meet their agency’s missions. If the aboveRead… Read more »

Aug. 10 – PII Is Everywhere: 3 Ways to Protect the Data

Personally identifiable information (PII) is everywhere. Agencies that are entrusted with sensitive PII — like credit card details and Social Security numbers — have a lot of responsibility. Your security team can’t do it alone — it’s everyone’s job to manage PII in order for your agency to remain compliant. Join us this Wednesday, Aug.Read… Read more »