As mobile technology, security, and end-user preferences evolve, federal IT teams have the opportunity to embrace new approaches to security and end-user experience. Here are ways that the information security industry are providing effective solutions.
Modernizing government data centers is a journey, and agencies now are ready for the next step: Migrating applications to new virtual environments.
When disaster strikes, first responders rely on data and communications to understand crises and make lifesaving decisions. Mobile security solutions and cloud computing are modern solutions that help first responders keep communities safe.
U.S military and civilian agencies are adopting a hybrid cloud model, using both on- and off-premise resources to reliably support the war fighter and other workers in the field.
Criminals are getting better at hacking into cellphones or personal computers and getting through password-protected systems. Derived credentials offer safer and better ways to secure even the most sensitive federal agencies’ systems and networks.
Government agencies and departments are scrambling to comply with an executive order to protect their systems against cyberattacks. Fortunately, with assistance from the right partner, the task is not as daunting as it seems.
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