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The demands of continuous monitoring are leading federal agencies to shift their big data capabilities toward boosting their cyber posture.
The "Internet of Things" promises greater capabilities for federal agencies, but also significant new security vulnerabilities. Data from a new GBC survey suggests federal employees' confidence in their cybersecurity is not matched by preparations.
Booz Allen Hamilton and GBC partnered to conduct a series of town hall events exploring how defense leaders can rapidly and effectively supply warfighters with interoperable technologies.
A new understanding of network security based on software defined perimeters could fundamentally alter the cloud security narrative and present an opportunity for federal agencies to make the most of cloud computing.
A new GBC study on mobile technology shows that feds want flexibility and that agencies are taking notice.
By shifting from a device-centric to a user-centric model of communications, government organizations can better meet user needs and increase overall productivity.
As cyber threats become more prevalent and sophisticated, agencies face immense pressure to improve cyber defenses. But what is the current state of federal cybersecurity, and what cyber defense elements need the most improvement?