Blackboard completed the FedRAMP authorization process such that our security package can be reused by any U.S. federal agency.
By adding McAfee Cloud Workload Security to its existing McAfee®-integrated security architecture, this company can now reap the benefits of leveraging the public cloud. And, thanks to McAfee® ePolicy Orchestrator® (McAfee ePO™) software, deploying and managing cloud security is easy and adds minimal additional overhead.
With the rapid adoption of cloud computing, new security challenges have emerged for all enterprises. We surveyed and interviewed leading security professionals to investigate how they assess and confront these challenges, including rapidly changing technology and business models, ambiguity between cloud providers and purchasers of cloud services about shared responsibilities for security, and the need to manage threats in the cloud that are intertwined with on-premise and hybrid environments.
In this episode, the Chief Information Officer and the Director of the Office of Cyber Infrastructure and Computational Biology for NIAID will share his ideas and recommendations for Digital Collaboration in Technology and Science as part of the "New Normal."
This final panel is the Epilogue which will examine holistic approaches to cybersecurity strategy which can be obtained by mixing integrated security methods, impactful employee upskilling/reskilling, robust infrastructure, best risk-analysis programs, effective policies, and building a culture of cybersecurity as a shared responsibility.
The challenge for leaders is to deploy influence, often beyond their formal authority, to foster unity of purpose and effort. The secrets to success are communication, coordination, and collaboration. In this episode, we will hear from a government leader who has recovered from crisis, built resilient frameworks, and helped organizations become more proactive and prepare better for crisis.
The key purpose for the analysis is to identify ideas and best practices that can potentially be replicated and will best align an organization’s resources and capabilities to the requirements of the environment. This analysis of the environment in which the organization operates will offer suggestions in forecasting/predicting the changing trends and help in including them in the decision-making process.
The point of developing a crisis management plan is to think through any difficult decisions and map out, to the best of your ability, the necessary tasks, communication and information that will help make managing a crisis easier and more efficient. In this episode, we will be using an electronic whiteboard to facilitate collaborative brainstorming, idea sharing, and creativity in developing a notional plan for future crises.
In CyberEdge Episode 3 from ICIT Briefing 2020, hear how three of our public leaders responsible for communications and connectivity, ensuring small business security and sustainability, and developing metrics-driven performance measures for NASA will discuss some important texts on organizational crises and their management style.
In CyberEdge Episode 2 from ICIT Briefing 2020, learn from national leaders how to navigate the now, how to plan for the future, and how to lead their organization through the next decade.
In CyberEdge Episode 1 from ICIT Briefing 2020, learn from national leaders how to navigate the now, how to plan for the future, and how to lead their organization through the next decade.
The cloud is enabling Federal agencies to accelerate innovation, scalability, and IT modernization efforts. From improving agencies interacting with constituents, enhancing internal applications, and aiding research collaboration, the breadth of government use cases on Amazon Web Services (AWS) is remarkable. Don’t just take our word for it – see how several organizations are using cloud.
In the first half of 2020, attackers targeted COVID-era lifelines such as e-commerce, healthcare, and education with an unprecedented number of shorter, faster, more complex DDoS attacks. Complex 15-plus multi-vector attacks spiked, while attack duration increased. This is bad math for defenders, as shorter duration + increased complexity = less time to respond to increasingly difficult-to-mitigate attacks.
signNow keeps businesses moving forward by automating even the most complex paper processes. It is a legally-binding e-signature solution and features a fully configurable platform for automating document workflows, no coding necessary. This 20 mins webinar highlights key features of signNow for State and Local officials.
Expose the Dark Threats. Eliminate the Risk. Discover the power of seamless visibility into the performance, availability, and security risks that block digital success across any network, any data center, any cloud, 5G, and more.