IIG: March Partnerships for Public Sector Solutions

March Partnerships for Public Sector Solutions

Workforce Development Program

<p>Ignite new careers in IT and develop the next generation of IT professionals.&nbsp;Think of how often the technology we interact with daily changes. With IT reaching across nearly every industry, the number of IT jobs rises to keep up with future innovations.</p>

Salesforce Public Sector Solutions

<p>To help governments modernize IT and deliver human-centric services, Salesforce designed Public Sector Solutions. With case management capabilities designed for government, agencies can now deliver quick and easy service experiences with greater efficiency and transparency than ever before. Public Sector
 Solutions offers governments a suite of purpose-built government offerings to rapidly deploy solutions on a FedRAMP-authorized government cloud.</p>

Public Safety's Evolution

<p>Route Fifty and GCN examine how states and local governments are making investments in the public safety workforce and technology to support police, fire, and other public safety agencies.</p>

Self-Service Analytics for Data Mesh in the Public Sector

<p>In the past decade, the enactment of both the Data Act and the Evidence-Based Policy Making Act kicked off Federal Agencies&rsquo; journeys toward data modernization. While many have made progress, there&rsquo;s much more work for the majority of government agencies to do in order to meet the goals outlined by the vision in the President&rsquo;s Management Agenda and the initiatives outlined in the National Defense Strategy. Underpinning these goals is a need to rapidly field capabilities and systems that can enable advanced analytics for direct and indirect mission needs.&nbsp;Self-service analytics has been called out in the Federal Data Strategy as an Optimized Activity to occur in the 2026-2028 timeframe. By enabling self-service analytics, organizations are looking to accelerate time to insight with less reliance on IT, and enable data discovery and exploration by business analysts.&nbsp;</p> <p>Download this whitepaper to learn more!</p>

Enabling Zero Trust for Data Analytics: A Guide to Using Automated Data Access Control to Implement Zero Trust Architectures

<p>Driven by agency data strategies and department-level modernization efforts, programs across the Federal Government have recognized the tremendous potential of data and the application of analytics to improve decision-making. At the same time, we are facing significant threats, ranging from ransomware attacks to state-sponsored espionage, that are only exacerbated with the shift to the cloud and remote work. An architecture informed by Zero Trust principles is necessary to ensure that data and systems can be protected from malicious actors, and a centralized data control plane can ensure that access is enforced consistently and transparently across a complex data enterprise.&nbsp;</p> <p>Download this whitepaper to learn more!</p> <p></p>

Reimagining the Public Sector Workforce: Strategic Priorities and Drivers in Government

<p>As organizations adjust to remote and hybrid work models, the role of human resources (HR) is changing. HR functions are evolving beyond training, onboarding, and compliance enforcement as HR shifts to becoming a strategic partner in workplace innovation and adaptation. This evolution is taking place across industries and sectors&mdash;here, we&rsquo;ll examine the changes facing government agencies.<br /> &nbsp;</p>

Building a Data Fabric for Analytics with Tableau

<p>Data fabrics enable businesses to self-serve data analytics with right-sized data governance and unite business users and IT together around a shared vision of high-quality, connected data for everyone, regardless of where data is located. They create a world where multiple styles of management-federated management, centralized governance, and self-service&mdash;function together seamlessly. Download this white paper to learn more!</p>

Software Bill of Materials

<p> <style type="text/css"><!--br {mso-data-placement:same-cell;}--> </style> Vulnerabilities deep inside widely used software components have led to a push for Software Bill of Materials requirements in federal acquisitions. In this eBook, FCW takes a look at past efforts to drive SBOMs in the federal acquisition space, best practices, industry reaction, and more.</p>

Allies & Partners: Trends in Coalition Warfare

<p>Russian and Chinese aggression and threats have brought the United States and&nbsp;its allies closer than ever. Read Defense One&rsquo;s expert reporting, analysis, and commentary on what this means for&nbsp;the future planners and suppliers of US security, NATO, European strategic autonomy, and Indo-Pacific partnerships.&nbsp;</p>

Avoiding Security Breaches and Audit Failures with Qualys

<p>Government agency Chief Information Officers (CIOs) and Chief Information Security Officers (CISOs) are challenged with budget constraints, staff shortages, confusing vendor claims, and frequent regulatory changes. They must meet tight deadlines for dozens of new security and compliance requirements while preventing and remediating increasingly sophisticated and aggressive cyberattacks. They must ensure any solutions used meet FedRAMP and other government requirements while meeting budget and staff constraints.</p> <p></p> <p>Leaders with federal, local, and state governments need a proven and certified security platform. Qualys GovCloud can help government agencies transform cybersecurity challenges from mission impossible to mission accomplished.</p>

Rise in Mobile Phishing Credential Theft Targeting U.S. Public Sector

<p>Lookout security experts keep a steady pulse on the most prominent mobile threats affecting U.S. federal, state and local government agencies. According to a Lookout analysis of data specific to federal, state, and local government entities from the Lookout Security Graph, almost 50% of phishing attacks aimed at government personnel in 2021 sought to steal credentials, up from 30% in 2020.</p> <p>This report examines the how iOS, Android and ChromeOS devices used by government employees are being targeted in increasingly sophisticated ways.</p> <p>Read the U.S. Government Threat Report to learn more.</p>

How This Federal Systems Integrator Protects Against Mobile Phishing With Lookout

<p>The widespread adoption of smartphones and tables have enabled employees to work the way they want. Thus, protecting against phishing is critical for both the personal and professional lives of employees, especially in the public sector.&nbsp;</p> <p>In this case study, a federal systems integrator found an effective way to stop mobile malware without compromising employee personal privacy with Lookout.</p> <p>Download this case study to learn:&nbsp;</p> <p>- The challenges facing this federal systems integrator&nbsp;</p> <p>- What solutions they implemented to enable productivity &quot;on-the-go&quot;</p> <p>- Why Lookout increased their confidence in the cloud</p>

Don’t Leave Behind Cybersecurity in Your Digital Transformation

<p>You have invested in point products that solve particular problems. But this strategy has left your team bogged down with convoluted policy controls, tools that don&rsquo;t integrate well and a disconnected view of data and threats, resulting in gaps in your security posture.</p> <p>To ensure your data is secure, your cybersecurity needs to go through its own digital transformation. To help you navigate this process, here are the major steps you need to take. Download this whitepaper to learn:</p> <ul role="list"> <li>How to assess your current security posture</li> <li>Why it&#39;s essential to take stock of your sensitive data and how it&rsquo;s handled</li> <li>Why a unified cloud-delivered platform approach is key</li> </ul>

Standalone Tools Create Complexity: Why You Need to Consolidate Your IT Security

<p>Gone are the days when users, devices, applications, and data resided within a controlled perimeter. People are working from anywhere and using public networks to connect directly to corporate resources.</p> <p></p> <p>To meet the security challenge, many organizations have pieced together complex ecosystems of point products, but this approach is neither scalable nor cost effective. At a time when your infrastructure is getting increasingly complex, it&rsquo;s critical that you streamline your security operation with an integrated platform solution.</p> <p></p> <p><strong>Download a copy of this e-book to learn:</strong></p> <ul> <li aria-level="1">Why point solutions are no longer sufficient for keeping your organization secure</li> <li aria-level="1">How a siloed security approach strains resources and creates gaps that expose you to additional risk&nbsp;</li> <li aria-level="1">How a consolidated approach can reduce complexity and keep your data protected</li> </ul>

Securing Hybrid Work Requires a Platform with Endpoint and Data Protection

<p>Amidst hybrid work, your employees are using personal devices and public networks to access corporate resources. While this has boosted productivity, it also means that you&rsquo;ve lost control over how data is used and shared.</p> <p>To empower your users to stay productive from anywhere without risking your valuable data, you need a cloud-native security solution with adaptive controls.</p> <p><strong>Download our e-book to learn how a unified platform:</strong></p> <ul> <li aria-level="1">Provides visibility into apps, users, and devices</li> <li aria-level="1">Continuously monitors data, even on unmanaged devices</li> <li aria-level="1">Protects data without sacrificing user experience</li> </ul>

SBOMs: You Can’t Secure What You Don’t Know

<p>Modern applications are an amalgamation of open source software components, packages, and microservices. The complexity of tracking down Log4j demonstrates the challenges of securing these applications and the need for a software bill of materials (SBOM), which is garnering increasing interest. This ebook introduces SBOMs, explains why they&rsquo;re needed, the role they play in application security, and how to generate them.</p>

Federal Data Collaboration: Fact or Fantasy?

A discussion with federal leaders about the challenges and promise of federal data sharing

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