With the U.S. national security plan highlighting the need for both information dominance and protection, the Department of Defense is considering a range of programs to sharpen its competitive edge against state and non-state actors.
SolarWinds helped the VA consolidate to a single enterprise-wide platform, implementing ten regional instances, putting everyone on the same page and giving consolidated visibility while allowing each region to operate with a certain level of autonomy.
Jim Hansen, the vice president of products, security and application management for SolarWinds, detailed why agencies need to do more to protect their employees from cyber attacks.
Paul Parker, chief technologist, Federal and National Government at SolarWinds, joins host John Gilroy on this week’s Federal Tech Talk for a wide ranging discussion of hybrid IT, automation and containers. May 29, 2018
Jamie Hynds, a senior product manager SolarWinds, details what agencies should consider when implementing the five-step process.
Joe Kim, senior VP and global chief technology officer, SolarWinds, makes the case for why federal CIOs to better understand the hybrid network model.
Mav Turner, the director of Product Strategy for SolarWinds, details three strategies to help federal chief information officers be more successful as they move off legacy systems.
Mav Turner, director of Product Strategy at SolarWinds, joins host John Gilroy on Federal Tech Talk to discuss network management and a survey on the federal cybersecurity landscape. March 8, 2016
The Homeland Security Department added a netflow analysis capability to its Enhanced Cybersecurity Services (ECS) program and released interim guidance for private sector cyber threat and vulnerability information sharing.
When U.S. military forces engage, they’re usually working in concert with allies. The more entities that are involved and the more communications channels there are, the greater the chances they’ll run into blackages. It’s called interoperability — or a lack thereof. Joel Dolisy, the CIO of network analysis company Solarwinds, has come up with a three-point action plan for boosting military communications interoperability. Federal Drive with Tom Temin asked him, what are some of the challenges they’re facing now?