With vast new volumes of data on hand, agencies have been placing an emphasis on the importance of data and the CDO role to gain greater insight into the mission.
Remote work is here to stay, changing the network perimeter of federal agencies. To adjust, IT leaders must pivot to a zero trust to enhance data security.
Verizon Data Breach Investigation Report pegs managed services as key factor for making big reductions in threat-discovery time and augmenting workforce.
IT leaders are overwhelmed with security and regulation requirements. But using AI-enabled tools and a holistic cloud strategy can help agencies better mitigate security risk.
During the 2020 Sammies earlier this week, Gov Actually hosted a live watch party, featuring a virtual red carpet of sorts for the "Oscars of public service."
The rapid growth of open source solutions is helping federal agencies preserve long-term flexibility as they move into multicloud environments.
For the first time, the "Oscars of government service" will be hosted virtually, due to the ongoing pandemic. The mission and the message, however, are no different.
During the COVID-19 pandemic, and the shift to cloud-based remote telework, agencies are having to rethink the way they secure their networks and sensitive information.
Join us for the final episode of the first season of Brilliant in 20, a conversation with Carol Evans, CEO and executive director of SHARE Cancer Support and the founder and former president and CEO of Working Mother Media.
Agency leaders can turn CDM reporting requirements into a boon for their security teams, ultimately lowering costs on duplicative security and monitoring tools.