Whitepapers


Mission Assured Data Protection

Veeam’s Federal customers have missions that only they can accomplish, and they need data protection that ensures they can complete those missions no matter what. Veeam ensures that your mission critical data is protected and available whether on-premises or in the cloud. When it’s time to recover data, Veeam’s advanced features let you be confident that your data is free of malware, securely restored, and is accessible where and when you need it.


IBM Cognitive Equipment Advisor: Predictive Maintenance for the Military

If your equipment breaks down during or before a mission, you know you’ve already lost the battle. But, what if you knew which part was going to fail and you were able to fix it before it broke down? Indeed, you need more than just deep mechanical knowledge to predict and repair breakdowns. No, for this kind of insight, to remain in a constant state of readiness, you need a boost from AI.


Unlocking Data Insights to Accelerate DoD Missions and Business Operations with ThoughtSpot

A key problem in data analytics today is that data scientists and analysts spend too much time assembling and preparing data and too little time actually analyzing data and acting on that analysis. ThoughtSpot was created to solve this challenge. By employing search, artificial intelligence, and machine learning capabilities to perform the heavy lifting of data analytics, ThoughtSpot enables anyone to derive the critical data insights they need, when they need them, to do their job.


Zero Trust and Access Management for DoD Networks

Secure identity and access management (IAM) is critical as the DoD transitions into a more modern information enterprise. This white paper outlines a Zero Trust security approach to IAM and how it strengthens and streamlines security for the DoD.


Three Pillars of Data Protection for the DOD

he DoD has critical missions to execute, and success depends increasingly on their ability to have clear visibility and understanding of data assets. This white paper outlines three pillars of data protection that matter the most to the DoD.


Getting Started with Zero Trust: Never Trust, Always Verify

Zero Trust security throws away the idea that we should have a “trusted” internal network and an “untrusted” external network. The adoption of mobile and cloud means that we can no longer have a network perimeter-centric view of security; instead, we need to securely enable access for the various users (employees, partners, contractors, etc.) regardless of their location, device or network. There is no silver bullet when it comes to achieving a Zero Trust security architecture, but identity and access management is the core technology that organizations should start with on their Zero Trust journeys.


CDO Technologies Relies on Okta to Move U.S. Air Force Data

CDO Technologies is charged with moving the entire Human Resources (A1) data center for the U.S. Air Force to the cloud, including 33 systems, 200 applications, and 5 million users. Due to their extensive experience, industry expertise, and proven capability, CDO chose Okta to assist with security, user experience, and value.


Cybersecurity Automation for Dummies

While enforcing Internet security is just a part of what your organization does, breaking through your Internet security is a full-time job for hackers. You can’t maintain a battle against such dynamic foes on so many fronts without the right tools to help.