Snapshot: The Mobile Warrior

For the Department of Defense, mobility is not a matter of convenience. Instead, it represents a vital tool for ensuring that military personnel can readily access the information and resources they need from any device, wherever they might be. However, to maintain a positive end-user experience, organizations must ensure that enterprise application and services also translate seamlessly to a mobile environment. This special report takes a closer look at best practices and necessary steps to improve the manageability and effectiveness of mobile initiatives.

GameChanger: Insider Threats

Cyberthreats of all types are more difficult to detect than ever before, thanks to more efficient and intelligent malicious software, increased use of mobile devices, the volume of network activity and the explosion of cloud computing. At the same time, cybercriminals are becoming more clever, using everything from remote access software, e-mail and instant messaging to removable devices and peer-to-peer networks. Download this GameChanger to get a behind the scenes look at the mitigation and detection of insider threats.

Securing the Government Infrastructure: Access Without Compromise

This new brief will take a closer looks at today’s security landscape, including the top considerations to ensure you are reducing attack surfaces wherever possible—especially as the government workforce becomes increasingly more mobile.

The Podium: Cybersecurity

If you view the federal government as one ecosystem, a single weak link could allow an intruder to gain unauthorized access to information. For this reason, all government organizations should take advantage of all the security services and policies at their disposal. Download this expert Q&A to learn the overall importance of cyber defense in government organizations, including the range of defenses agencies must deploy to stay secure.

DoD Best Practices for Implementing a Mobile, Multi-Device Environment

As defense organizations adapt new and innovative technologies to support the warfighter, the way they operate must also quickly adapt to maintain efficiency and maximize agility. This new whitepaper will provide insight on best practices when migrating to a mobile, multi-device environment.

How VDI Secures the Network

Virtual Desktop Infrastructure (VDI) helps address three tough security challenges for network and information security experts: BYOD, multilevel security and disaster recovery / business continuity.

Marines Turn to Mobility to Meet Mission

To help its servicemen and women do their jobs better and thereby keep the country safer, the U.S. Marine Corps is harnessing the power of mobility, said Robert S. Jack, deputy director and deputy chief information officer for command, control, communications and computers. Especially with today’s fiscal constraints, the U.S. Marine Corps has to conquer compressed timelines and achieve their mission is a more cost effective and faster way. Download this informative whitepaper to learn the four main benefits the U.S. Marine Corps achieves through mobility.

Bandwidth on Demand: Ethernet Services

Many federal agencies are adopting a new generation of Internet Protocol (IP) transport services that address today’s capacity, speed and quality-of-service requirements. However, in the current resource-constrained environment, both defense and civilian agencies are grappling with how to meet the growing demand for bandwidth while achieving the lowest possible total cost of ownership. Download this informative whitepaper to learn more on the important advantages Ethernet services can provide your agency.