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The question on the table is, what exactly is a next-gen SIEM? Many vendors, including legacy SIEM providers, lay claim to the “next-gen” label. How can you tell the difference between a legacy SIEM and a true next-gen SIEM? And what criteria should you use to evaluate vendors?
The 2021 Devo SOC Performance Report™ shows that security operations centers — and those who work in them — continue to have a number of challenges to overcome. This year’s report provides fresh insights about what separates high- and low-performing SOCs.
Don't miss this entry in the Red Hat Technology Spotlight Series - 2022.
This presentation is designed to introduce you to the world of federal IT procurement. Learn the difference between private and public sector procurement and the basics of the U.S. Federal procurement process.
This presentation is designed to introduce you to the SLED Budget Process and relevant market factors that influence the budget process to help you effectively recognize opportunity in the SLED market and tailor your products, services, and market strategy accordingly.
In this high-level briefing, we take a look at the federal cloud computing market, focused on key drivers and initiatives, service models, as well as both defense and civilian agency spending trends.
Watch the Red Hat GovLoop courses on Hybrid Cloud developed in collaboration with DLT and Red Hat.
Join us as we conclude our discussions on DLT’s ContinuousX Podcast with Kaitlin Bluavinetz, Chief of Staff to the Chief Software Officer of the United States Air Force. Today we look at improving the provisioning processes to meet the accelerated pace within the US Air Force.
This analysis focuses on opportunities in 2022 for vendors in the AEC space. We size the addressable market by agency and SLED industry vertical, and examine key provisions in the Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act that AEC vendors should be aware of. We also identify the key AEC vendors and contracts associated with the agencies expected to spend the most in the AEC market.
This quick look at the Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act examines key provisions in the legislation that are addressable to IT federal contractors as well as a rundown of funding geared towards the state and local market. We also identify IT vendors with footprint in the agencies expected to benefit the most.
The public sector saw a 78.7% increase in data breach costs in 2021, second only to the media industry (92.1%), according to the 2021 Cost of a Data Breach Report. The average time to identify and contain breaches across the board was reported at 287 days. Read state and local government security news and research on threat prevention, detection and remediation in the public sector. IBM's X-Force covers the best practices for government leaders to stay ahead of these threats.
With many organizations now running essential services on containers, implementing container security has never been more critical. This whitepaper describes the key elements of security for containerized applications managed with Kubernetes.
Informatica has achieved U.S. Government Federal Risk and Authorization Management Program (FedRAMP) Moderate Level designation under the sponsorship of the Department of State for the Informatica® Intelligent Cloud Services (IICS) platform. Download the datasheet to learn more about how your agency can now leverage the industry-leading platform within the Government Cloud environment.
This training is designed to help technology vendors and channel partners understand the source of money in IT budgets and help them “follow the money,” so that they can track and anticipate available funding/associated requirements.
This book will enable readers to learn, understand, and apply many different practices — some people-related, some process-related, some technology-related — to make DevOps adoption and in turn OpenShift a success within their organization.