November 20, 2017
Identity Management – Closing the Gaps in State & Local Cybersecurity premium
Identity management, the process of identifying individuals in your system and controlling the access they have to certain resources, is an area of cyber security that state and local government employees have quite a bit of confidence in. Yet data shows there’s room for improvement. A 2017 survey by DLT partner, Symantec, and the Government […]
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Government Tech Writer
November 16, 2017
7 Must-Have Elements of your Agency’s Incident Response Plan premium
DLT partner, Symantec, has put together a list of seven items you must add to any incident response plan. Here’s how it translates to government agencies. 1. Have a Workable Plan An incident response plan is your roadmap for responding to a cybersecurity attack. In this NextGov interview with Symantec’s Robert Myles and DLT’s Don […]
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Government Tech Writer
November 15, 2017
Civil 3D Training Resources for Beginners and Pros premium
Making the move to AutoCAD Civil 3D is a big step up for many agencies and public sector teams. Whether you’re coming off using Land Desktop or AutoCAD for your civil infrastructure projects, Civil 3D can seem like a daunting leap forward, despite the many benefits the software brings in terms of greater efficiencies, long-term […]
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November 13, 2017
Are Your Endpoints a Risk? Take Control, Detect Risks, Automate Your Response premium
Getting to know the “enemy with no face” is critical to winning the cyber war. In fact, it’s the tagline from the U.S. Army’s latest cyber warrior recruitment ad. Yet, one of the biggest challenges to doing so is that most organizations have zero visibility into a significant percentage of the endpoints on their network. […]
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Government Tech Writer
November 9, 2017
7 Habits of Highly Effective BIM Managers premium
We frequently write about BIM principles, use cases and best practices here on the DLT blog, but one area that often goes neglected in BIM are the soft skills or people skills. What is the role of a BIM manager anyway? How can you better achieve your project goals as design technology managers or support […]
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Government Writer
November 7, 2017
“Hadoop” You Deliver Data-Driven Actions in Support of Good Government? premium
Public sector leaders are facing an uphill battle when it comes to managing data. Their needs are growing while their budgets are often shrinking. How can federal agencies do more with less? Leveraging enterprise open source solutions is part of the answer. They can help agencies close this gap and meet today’s needs—whether that’s analyzing […]
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November 1, 2017
How to Build a Government SOC on a Budget premium
Faced with an endless barrage of threats and vulnerabilities, finding the time to develop a proactive risk mitigation strategy is an uphill struggle for government organizations. With so much energy focused  on protecting the perimeter and preventing network penetration, malicious actors (the enemy with no face) already inside your network often goes unnoticed (case in […]
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November 1, 2017
Road Rehab – A Fix for This Time-Consuming Civil Engineering Challenge premium
Look out for the pot hole! Did you know that one out of every five miles of highway pavement is in poor condition and in need of rehabilitation? If you’re a civil engineer, you’re probably not surprised. The bulk of highway system funding goes towards highway repair, and with good reason. According to the Federal […]
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Autodesk Tech Writer
October 31, 2017
SBA Has “Significant Vulnerabilities” In Its Cyber Posture premium
The Small Business Administration (SBA) is facing some tough challenges. According to a Report on the Most Serious Management and Performance Challenges Facing the SBA in FY 2018, the agency’s risk management and cyber posture is in need of “significant improvement”. A key area is rolling out key components of FITARA. Although the agency has […]
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