To combat the ever-increasing cyber threats, agencies are spending more money than ever. But it’s more than just money that is needed. It’s also people and better data.
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Matt Mandrgoc, the head of US public sector at Zoom, said the pandemic showed three things: Incumbent technologies were not necessarily scalable to satisfy the needs of the mass remote work environment; the culture change brought on by mass telework will be permanent; and cloud services were critical to all of these successes.
Sudhakar Ramakrishna, the president and CEO at SolarWinds, said the high-profile attack his company experienced, which came to light in December but likely started a year before, is both a learning experience and an opportunity to double-down on software development approaches.
John Fanguy, the federal chief technology officer for cybersecurity at Micro Focus Government Solutions, said agencies can prepare for the next cyber attack and ensure their missions are resilient by taking several important steps, starting with implementing Trusted Internet Connections (TIC) 3.0.
Cloud Smart is about putting data “where it is of most value and also where it’s most accessible and usable from a performance perspective,” Krejcik said during an interview on Innovation in Government, a show sponsored by Carahsoft. Manage your data, manage your workload.
Jonathan Alboum, the principal digital strategist for federal at ServiceNow, said agency managers can start preparing today for the future when employees return to the office with a goal of ensuring their safety through the use of technology and data.
Phoebe Nerdahl, the public sector lead for Atlassian, said there technology, tools process steps agencies can take to continue this evolution.
Dan Carayiannis, the director of public sector at RSA, said the increasing concern about technology products and components, and whether the technology suppliers understand and have transparency into the chain of custody created a wake-up call of sorts for public and private sector organizations.
Jeffrey Phelan, the chief technology officer for public sector at Rubrik, said while it’s clear every agency is at a different point in corralling their data, too often they are in “deer in the headlights” mode.
Dean Hullings, the global defense solutions strategist for Forescout Technologies, said the goals of the comply-to-connect program was to close the gaps of existing security tools and make existing security processes more efficient for network administrators.
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Amy Button, the vice president of aerospace, defense and government system integrators at Salesforce, said while every business is on a digital transformation journey, many aerospace and defense companies must figure out which technologies can enhance productivity and efficiency, which will help them recover from the economic loss due to the pandemic.
While the ICAM policy laid the foundation, the coronavirus pandemic is serving as the “a-ah” moment to illuminate why identity and access management is so important.