Application Security for GoviesView Resource
More than 50% of all attacks now target the application layer, yet fewer than 10% of agencies test all of their business critical applications. Application security is more important than ever, and will grow increasingly important as agencies search to find new solutions to this mounting problem. Join Don MacLean, Chief Cyber Security Technologist at DLT Solutions, and Chris Rhondeau, Principal Solution Architect at Veracode, as they discuss how to build and test Application Security programs for government agencies in this quick on-demand webinar.
How to Achieve NIST Compliance in the CloudView Resource
Experts from DLT, AWS and Evident.io exchanged perspectives on what NIST 800-53 compliance means for government agencies and private organizations alike.
Make DevOps a Reality at Your AgencyView Resource
Through industry insights, tips, best practices, agency use cases and an interview with DLT's Solution Sales Professionals, make DevOps a reality with this new guide.
Enabling Security Through Visibility - Continuous Diagnostics and MitigationView Resource
Increasingly frequent security breaches not only create national security risks and enable wholesale identity theft, they also can end the careers of executive-level officials and security professionals.
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Simplifying Public Sector Data Center and Cloud MonitoringView Resource
Virtualization technologies, the cloud, and an increasingly mobile workforce is transforming public sector IT at an unprecedented pace. Yet just as mandates, regulations, and the C-Suite demand greater efficiencies in IT, budgets remain flat. In order to address these challenges, the pressure and opportunity to modernize IT through greater automation and efficiency has never been more pertinent. As public sector organizations look to meet their modernization challenges head-on – DLT Solutions and ScienceLogic are there.
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Co-op contract saves money, improves utility’s businessView Resource
The agreement lets the utility focus its IT staff on high-value tasks. Take a look at how Kansas City Board of Public Utilities (KCBPU) is shifting IT and financial operations to the cloud through a cooperative purchasing vehicle.