Federal, state and local governments and their partners need a clearer picture of the rapidly-evolving threat landscape that has drastically changed with new rules of engagement. To identify, assess, respond and mitigate threats as well as predict and prevent the “unknown threat,” agencies need to build intelligence-led security operations. Operationalizing security enables security professionals to rapidly collect, analyze and disseminate threat intelligence across the enterprise, assess risk based on an adversary’s motivation and capability and align resources to the most impactful threats. Join the 4th annual FireEye Government Forum "Operationalizing Security for a New Era" on March 15th to collaborate and network with experts from federal, state, local and allied partner governments as well as industry partners on how to integrate intelligence-led security.
- Where’s the U.S. Navy headed and how will it get there from here? Come help sort the signal from the noise in a discussion moderated by Defense One Deputy Editor Bradley Peniston at Sparks Gallery in San Diego. Register
- Drones often conjure thoughts around defense, the latest high-tech gadget for techies or even the budding drone delivery service market. However, federal agencies are also increasingly testing and deploying non-military drones for various programs and missions around the government. This event will explore “drones for good,” examining how government is already using drones to benefit citizens and how they might be used in the future. Register
- A majority of citizens are dissatisfied with how well the government works, frequently citing a lack of trust between the government and public, difficulty in seeking relevant services or information from federal agencies delivered on their own terms and a slew of other complaints that could be addressed through improved customer service. How can the government influence customer-focused change within their organizations and boost citizen satisfaction in the services they provide while continuing to meet mission needs? Register
- Across the country, governments are increasingly harnessing data and emphasizing performance to achieve their goals, while partnering with each other and the private sector to better understand and apply the available information. Join Route Fifty in Denver, Colorado to explore the data-centric strategies and tactics used to inform decision-making, enhance the citizen experience with government services, and increase community engagement. Register
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- Understanding your applications’ performances creates opportunities for faster cloud migrations, enhanced modernization efforts, increased productivity, and faster access to services for government employees and citizens alike. Join us February 14 to hear DOT's CIO Richard McKinney and other industry and government experts discuss how agencies are benefiting from the latest advancements in application and network performance to get mission critical systems and programs off the ground.
- In any IT government agency, the goal is to serve the end user and ultimately, the citizen, solider or first responder. Efforts like Cloud First, datacenter consolidation and application modernization have driven agencies to engage in a data center virtualization strategy. As we now know, the process of moving to a virtualized environment is just the beginning. What comes next? DellEMC and Red Hat have established a strategic partnership that delivers OpenStack powered clouds to organizations. Join us for a live, digital discussion to discover solutions such as OpenStack that offer agencies an open, flexible and scalable path to build, use and control their cloud infrastructure.
- HCaTS features broad scope and flexible contracting options. It gives agencies direct purchasing power through both a delegated procurement authority, providing access to more than 100 of the most sought-after private sector firms that will conduct customized training and development, human capital and organizational performance improvement services. Join us on December 8 to learn how our panelists plan to use this new contract vehicle to address their human capital challenges.