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Enterprises need to be confident in their ability to reduce security risk and achieve business agility without sacrificing one for the other.
Detecting and protecting from threats requires systems and analysts to proactively and reactively analyze large volumes of data. The volume and speed of the data coming in prevents users from performing even the most basic security analysis for much of the data. Deploying systems to store, organize, and analyze the data is a lengthy and expensive process.
While moving to cloud services, businesses find challenges such as: limited visibility, changing business demands and hackneyed cloud provisioning, to name a few. How do you reduce security risk when the game keeps changing?
Good APIs are hard to come by and inefficient coding has far reaching implications. DevOps teams working to spin up and integrate newer applications will find it difficult to understand and interact with poorly written APIs, and they might need to write additional, more complex code in order to use them.
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FireMon Automation helps create structure in the midst of change, and helps you ensure that best practices are in place.
FireMon’s second annual State of Hybrid Cloud Security report dives into how the proliferation of cloud environments is impacting enterprises and their ability to scale and protect them.
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The Foundations for Evidence-Based Policymaking Act is intended to help you use your agency’s data as a strategic asset to drive decision-making and support policy goals. But to get there, you have to start with the requirements of its year-one action plan.
The COVID-19 crisis has inundated government agencies with data of all kinds, from information around patient symptoms and relief fund disbursement to economic recovery and unemployment claims. With so much data coming in, agencies are challenged to not only collect and store it, but also to make it available for analysis and decision support now and in the future.
The success of an organization’s response to a crisis hinges to a large degree on its ability to manage the accompanying deluge of data. Whether you’re responding to a natural disaster, an economic collapse, or a disease outbreak, the capability to leverage data as an asset is critical.