Bill Rowan, the vice president of public sector at Splunk, said agencies must move toward using real-time data to understand their technology environments and make changes to address security and citizens’ needs.
In this exclusive ebook, we share pointers on establishing DevSecOps from the Army, GSA, NGA, the National Museum of African American History and Culture, OMB, VA and industry experts from Atlassian, Datadog, Invicti Security, Red Hat and Second Front Systems.
Granting access to, sharing and securing data in the cloud continues to challenge agencies across government. During this exclusive webinar, moderator Jason Miller will discuss cloud strategy, security and applications with agency and industry leaders.
Agencies need to consider how best to use tools like continuous monitoring and how to integrate threat intelligence into their protections. All of these efforts are important to agencies as they digitally transform their services and processes and move more workloads to the cloud.
Agencies across the government are intently focused on cyber initiatives, driven in part by evolving threats and in part by the directives of the White House’s executive order on improving cybersecurity. But how can these lessons be applied to your cyber evolution efforts? Download this exclusive ebook to learn more.
Federal IT compliance is only enforced through self-reporting, so tracking action taken on security guidance is hard. Here’s why independent third-party capability is needed to monitor, track and verify compliance across the federal government.
Data is the connective tissue across all agency mission areas. No matter if you are serving citizens at the Social Security Administration or the IRS, or defending the homeland at the departments of Defense or Homeland Security, data will drive decisions. The challenge, of course, is data is always moving and changing.
Across the government, in agencies large and small, IT leaders have launched efforts to use to multi-domain cloud environments to deliver against mission demands. We talk to experts inside and outside government to uncover takeaways in this exclusive ebook.
Can artificial intelligence help agencies stay ahead of cyberthreats, especially as attackers get cleverer and potential attack vectors increase? BlackBerry CTO Charles Egan shares insights on why and how AI tools can help.
If an agency buy software through a reseller on a GSA Schedule contract, does the software vendor have a claim if the agency cancels the license?
Stephen Ellis, the government solutions lead at Zoom, said agencies need to continue to innovate in how employees serve the citizens.
Chris Aherne, the vice president of federal at Smartsheet, said agencies can move toward a data-driven environment by focusing on a combination of people, process and technology. On the people side, Aherne said it’s a matter of training so employees understand how to use the tools at their disposal.
Juliana Vida, the group vice president and chief strategy advisor for public sector at Splunk, said agencies can use the momentum created by the cybersecurity EO, the funding from CISA and the technology advancements of the market to harden their cyber resolve.
This exclusive e-book demonstrates just how far agencies have come and where they still need to go to take fully advantage of DevSecOps to drive modern capabilities to their customers.