On this episode, Rick Stewart and Mike Fitzurka are joined by Jamie Duncan, friend, colleague, and Google Engineer as we discuss the benefits of Kubernetes for application modernization efforts.
BMC recognizes that Zero Trust is not a solution or product, but is instead a framework that assumes a network’s security is always at risk from internal and external threats. Zero Trust shifts the line of defense towards a more comprehensive IT security model that restricts access to networks, applications, and environments, without sacrificing performance and user experience.
Simple, secure, and seamless delivery of services are foundational to a great customer experience and rebuilding trust in government. Customer and employee experience in public agencies is not a new idea. Over the years, many government employees have focused on customer experience because they care deeply about helping people. Unfortunately, systemic problems have hindered employees from scaling great experiences, either tactically or strategically. Because of the current organizational design of government, silos of excellence exist in government. With the executive order, agencies can now break down those silos by implementing customer and employee experience methods.
General counsel and legal departments in higher education play an essential role in protecting their institutions valuable information and strengthening security efforts against cyber-attacks.
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A Comprehensive Open Solution in a Crowded and Confusing Space.
Integrating SIEM and Network Detection and Response into a Common SOAPA/XDR Architecture.
Have you investigated SIEM solutions lately? Because things have changed.
We're primarily using it to correlate WAN and endpoint activity for our clients. We work with vendors that have endpoint solutions or that control the networks for our clients. We are receiving their feeds, along with some of our other custom deployed equipment, to not only collect endpoint data, but to monitor network activity and correlate it to identify threats, vulnerabilities, attacks, and provide incident response.
On this episode, Jason Quattlebaum, Rick Stewart and Mike Fitzurka discuss NIST’s Secure Software Development Framework (SSDF) and how it compares with DLT’s Secure Software Framework (SSF).
Enabling efficiency, transparency, and proactive decision-making through technology innovation.
Centering Accessible & Inclusive Learning in Your Agency’s L&D Strategy
This guide is designed to help you get past the competing claims, the long lists of feature-by-feature comparisons, and focus on the most essential factors to keep in mind as you make your evaluation.
As agencies pursue mission goals, employee and stakeholder capabilities are paramount. Agencies have a long-standing discipline of talent and performance management, and ensuring their single largest asset – people – are skilled and supported to be successful.
Break down silos between government contracting offices and vendors with connected, automated, end-to-end acquisition workflows.