Enjoy the videos captured at Blackboard Government Summit in Washington, DC on March 23, 2022.
Legacy endpoint security solutions, like antivirus, work up to a certain point. But with 29.3 billion networked devices worldwide expected by 2023, being able to scale endpoint protection and see clearly across these entry points becomes more critical than ever. Are you set up to reduce organizational risk with a modern endpoint security solution?
The Office of Management and Budget (OMB) released memorandum M-21-31 on August 27, 2021, with the subject of “Improving the Federal Government’s Investigation and Remediation Capabilities Related to Cybersecurity Incidents.” This memorandum defined certain Event Logging (EL) Tiers and laid out the requirement for the applicable federal departments and agencies to determine their current EL Tier, and then to bring their organizations up to the standards for Event Logging Tier 3 by August 17, 2023.
To ensure a successful end-to-end process for moving towards a cloud native approach, you need a framework that helps you "build smart" from the beginning. D2iQ delivers a unique platform of military-grade technology, professional services, training, and support to help your organization be successful on Day 2 starting on day one.
In this Sales Intelligence Briefing, you’ll be given an overview of agency budgets, tech domain trends, and key highlights and takeaways from federal IT spending plans for FY23.
On this episode, Rick Stewart and Mike Fitzurka ask their guest Jamie Duncan, Google Cloud Engineer, to pick the topic. What follows is a fascinating look at how easy it is now to connect with Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning (AI/ML), offering unique opportunities beyond traditional programming and development.
Since the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic, network operators worldwide have rallied to upgrade network infrastructure to accommodate increases in demand for bandwidth and throughput driven by remote work and education.
As Russian ground troops prepared to enter Ukraine in late February, there was a significant uptick in DDoS attacks that targeted governmental departments, online media organizations, financial firms, hosting providers, and cryptocurrency related firms.
Your endpoint protection needs to evolve to reduce organizational risk. Download this white paper to find out how legacy solutions are leaving security teams short, why antivirus solutions are designed for yesterday’s attacks, and how you can adapt to keep up.
Your inside guide to Federal IT sales opportunities. This interactive document is designed to help vendors and channel partners with their business planning and to refine their strategic focus.
Malware and infected bots are used for everything from stealing passwords to launching some of the most disruptive network-based attacks in history. Since their discovery in the 1990s, malware-infected computing resources known as bots have plagued network connected resources.
Adversaries constantly innovate and explore new and more powerful DDoS attack vectors, evidenced by the creation of new ones every year. As DDoS defenses become more precise and effective, attackers continue to find ways to bypass those defenses with new DDoS attack vectors and methodology.
Gain insights on major trends, drivers, and legislative actions within the cybersecurity market.
At Blackboard Government Summit in Washington, DC on March 23, 2022, Steve Pierce DM, Professor of National Security Affairs, Assistant to the Dean for Technology and Innovation, College of Distance Education at the U.S. Naval War College, presented on how his team is utilizing Blackboard learning solutions.
At Blackboard Government Summit in Washington, DC on March 23, 2022, James Mirabile, the Battalion Chief of Prince William County Department of Fire and Rescue, presented on how his team is utilizing Blackboard learning solutions.