Insights

Zero Trust in the Federal Government: Top Takeaways

<p>Executive Order 14028 is one of several recent policy documents that introduce a sweeping reimagination of cybersecurity at the federal level, requiring agencies to strengthen their cybersecurity postures along their supply chain. Zero trust principles reframe security around the user and device, rather than on a traditional network perimeter &ndash; an approach that has become more important than ever with the rise of remote work during the COVID-19 pandemic. This is a massive undertaking for the federal government, and agencies have both mandates and timelines. But how ready are federal agencies to meet these goals? What challenges are they facing in their zero trust journeys?</p> <p><strong>Download these Top Takeaways</strong>&nbsp;to learn more about:</p> <ul> <li>Federal IT expert views on agency readiness&nbsp;</li> <li>Challenges facing agencies on their zero trust journey</li> <li>Confidence in agency goals</li> </ul>

Unleashing Innovation to Serve the Mission

<p>The Technology Modernization Fund&rsquo;s (TMF&rsquo;s) core mission is &ldquo;to enable agencies to reimagine and transform the way they use technology to deliver their mission and services to the American public in an effective, efficient, and secure manner.&rdquo;<br /> <br /> &ldquo;If done right, the investment fund will generate enough value that two things will happen: it&rsquo;s proportionately paid overtime through solid [return on investment] management practice and the mission enablement value of the program is so evident that appropriators on the Hill find it very easy to continue to make investments into the fund,&rdquo; said General Services Administration CIO David Shive<br /> <br /> So how can Federal agencies whose projects are launching now &mdash; and agencies seeking TMF funding &mdash; bring Shive&rsquo;s vision to fruition, particularly when they face obstacles that transcend specific modernization strategies: IT staffing, mounting technology complexity, and escalating on-premise infrastructure costs?<br /> <br /> By making investments in technology that enable flexibility, choice and avoid vendor lock-in.<br /> <br /> Download this industry brief to learn more.</p>

Remote Work and the New Normal: Top Takeaways

<p>Almost every facet of life was affected by the COVID-19 pandemic, and the public sector was no exception. Federal agencies had to make rapid changes to the way they worked, shared data, and collaborated. Now, two years later, some are adopting a hybrid model, while others are staying remote.<br /> <br /> With the lessons learned from the pandemic, federal agencies are deciding what technologies and initiatives must be prioritized. What do the experts say? What lies ahead for agencies on their digital transformation journeys in this new expanded workforce?<br /> <br /> <strong>Download these Top Takeaways</strong>&nbsp;to learn about:</p> <ul> <li>How federal IT experts view the future of remote work</li> <li>Top priorities for remote and hybrid workforces</li> <li>Top tools experts are looking for</li> </ul>

Support your agency’s mission with FedRAMP-authorized solutions

DocuSign solutions give government agencies the tools they need to securely digitize and streamline document creation and workflow management.

Unleashing Innovation to Serve the Mission

Strategy and Insights for Utilizing the Technology Modernization Fund

Innovate Faster with Low-Code & Automation in the Cloud

<p>Organizations everywhere have prioritized the ability to adapt to rapid change, making the low-code application platform (LCAP) an essential part of the enterprise technology stack. LCAPs allow businesses to deploy applications faster than ever before, often in a matter of days to weeks.</p> <p>Leveling up to a low-code platform can help your organization get ahead of the curve. When you create apps with Appian deployed in the AWS Cloud, you should expect to build your apps 10x faster, reduce your maintenance costs by 50%, and gain superior functionality as compared to traditional development.</p> <p>Learn more by reading our Low-Code Guide.</p>

Adopting and Implementing a Transformative Digital Modernization Strategy

WWT and its trusted partners – AWS, Cohesity, Gigamon and Veritas – stand ready to support Federal agencies meet their Digital Modernization goals. Learn a

Achieving Mission Success through IT Modernization

World Wide technology and its partners stand ready to help Federal agencies meet their IT Modernization goals. Learn how your agency can take the next step

How Cities and States Can Successfully Manage Their Security Stack

<p>State and local governments are popular targets for threat actors. Managed service providers can help agencies fight back. Download this white paper to learn more!</p>

Building Better Community Involvement with AI-Powered Virtual Agents in the City of San Jose, CA

From answering an increase in calls to beautifying the city, AI-powered virtual agents helped the City of San Jose better serve constituents and improve community engagement.

Why Government Leaders Are Turning to AI

Artificial Intelligence has empowered government employees to deliver on the mission. Today, agency IT leaders are turning to AI to extract data from growing mounds of records, address higher demands on social services and rethink outdated tools and processes for scale.

A Culture of Curiosity Can Push Government AI Adoption Forward

Despite many government leaders recognizing AI as an instrumental tool for future missions, some public servants remain hesitant to take a chance on the technology. Agency leaders can remove hesitancy toward AI tools by rewarding innovators who are willing to take risks and pilot the technology.

Here’s How the Department of the Navy Can Supercharge Digital Transformation

<p>Bridging the cultural divide between digital champions and critics is one of the biggest challenges facing Navy leadership in 2022. In moving forward, how can leaders effectively support both parties and unite them under the banner of digital transformation?</p>

A Global Issue, A Local Problem: Combatting Child Sex Trafficking

<p>In 2021 alone, the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children received 17,200 reports of suspected child sex trafficking. Using existing clinically valid screening tools and extensive research from Duke University, Red Hat and its BPM+ Health partners have built a powerful new process workflow and automation blueprint to accelerate the response to this blight on our society.</p>

The Impact of Exploitable Misconfigurations on Network Security

<p>Sophisticated cyber threats are headline news, right alongside attempts to defeat them. Attack strategies from hunting, detecting, and responding have rightly been under the spotlight on the cyber stage for some time, and will continue to be. It&rsquo;s a complicated journey and the&nbsp;task of defending networks against preventable attacks is no easy feat.</p> <p></p> <p>To better understand how organizations currently manage critical risks, Titania looked at misconfigured network devices and the hazards associated with them. The company commissioned an independent study of 160 senior cybersecurity decision-makers across several sectors including the U.S. Military and Federal Government. Download the report to learn more.</p>

Accelerate IT Modernization for Government and Education

Accelerate IT Modernization for Government and Education

Zero Trust For Federal Government: A Guide To Achieving Improved Cyber Security

<p>Federal agencies are under directive to implement Zero Trust to modernize U.S. Government cyber security defenses. Read this report to learn key steps toward implementing a ZTA, no matter what stage of Zero Trust maturity your agency is at &mdash;from the implementation of multi-factor authentication all the way to network micro-segmentation and automated threat detection. Our experts can recommend a clear path to stronger security based on your existing investments, in-house resources and forward-looking requirements.</p>

3 Ways Government Can Successfully Deploy AI/ML

A quick Google search for artificial intelligence can lead readers to sensational stories portraying this technology in the best — and worst — possible ways.

No content found