DevSecOps: How Proactive Security Integration Reduces Your Agency’s Risks & Vulnerability

Traditionally, application security has always been the trailing function placed at the end of the software development lifecycle. However, government IT leaders have long known that treating security as an afterthought creates risk since vulnerabilities are more likely to sneak into the final product when testing is hurried to meet mission deadlines.

Your Cloud Is Only as Good as the Data You Put in It

As agencies focus on modernization and moving applications and processes to the cloud, it can be easy to overlook the old “garbage in, garbage out” truism. Legacy systems and unstructured data will not magically become a better experience once they are moved to the cloud. A focus on discovering, prioritizing and cleaning the data before you move it is an essential best practice to begin achieving the digital transformation that agencies need for their modernization projects. Once in the cloud, data access and visibility across the environment while integrating and preparing that data for analytics and dashboards is another best practice. Learn how other Defense agencies dealt with legacy systems and asset tracking and worldwide inventory by starting with the data.

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.

Privileged Access Management Blueprint for the Federal Government

Follow the CyberArk Blueprint framework to design an effective privileged access management implementation road map that complies with NIST's SP 800-53, NIST’s SP 800-171, DHS’ CDM program, the White House’s National Insider Threat Executive Order, and NERC’s CIP standards.

How High-Performance Satellite Connectivity Is Changing Government Aeronautical Operations

Global data needs are complex and unpredictable. Demand is exploding for high-speed communications to carry out increasingly sophisticated and expanding mission needs worldwide. According to the the 2019 Euroconsult Satellite Connectivity Survey, total capacity demand is expected to increase at a 24% CAGR from 2019-2024 for manned and unmanned government missions around the world. As a result, today’s military aviation ― whether conducting enroute VVIP communications or engaged in a manned ISR mission — require more robust, reliable, and secure high-speed broadband connectivity whenever and wherever they need it.

Build a Test and Evaluation Plan with Advanced Fuzz Testing

Organizations leverage an intricate supply chain to source chunks of code or whole applications as the building blocks for their software. Sourcing from the cyber supply chain makes sense. Why recreate code that exists and is even available for free? Free, however, is rarely truly free. Download to learn how agencies can tackle the complex issues that stems from today’s software supply chain by leveraging a proven process known as “Test and Evaluation” and an advanced testing technique known as fuzzing or fuzz testing.

Harness the Power of AI and Machine Learning

The demand for data and analytics is growing exponentially, and legacy technologies cannot keep pace. In fact, many organizations struggle with a proliferation of data warehouses and a shortage of data science talent. Download this resource to learn how you can harness the power of AI and machine learning to turn surplus into valuable business insights.

Cloud Data Platforms for Dummies

Data is fundamental to creating efficient business operations, discovering new revenue opportunities, and delivering exceptional customer experiences. But yesterday’s tools for acquiring, storing, and sharing data have not kept up with today’s burgeoning demands.