In this checklist you’ll learn 5 aspects your cloud security system must have in order to keep your agency protected (and out of the news). When you use this checklist to choose a security solution, it will ensure your agency avoids risks and steers clear of threat.
If you’re a public servant, you’re wrangling with the explosion of digital services. That’s why teams dedicated to building, managing and providing digital services have been popping up nationwide to tackle the challenge. Places like Philadelphia and Washington, D.C., are following in the steps of preceding teams like Oakland, California and Georgia. The good news is, even if your government doesn’t have a digital services team, you can learn how to operate like it does.
Next-gen SIEM technology provides cloud-native agility with unrivaled scale — all at a lower cost than legacy solutions.
State and local government agencies are looking for more effective ways to deliver public services, including modernizing their IT systems to keep up with service demand. Many agencies, however, are still just starting their journeys to the cloud in earnest — assessing where to start, what’s needed, and what to expect.
In today’s emerging cloud native environments, Kubernetes is everywhere. Kubernetes makes it easier to manage software complexity. As enterprise applications become more complex, development and operations (DevOps) teams need a tool that can orchestrate that complexity. They need a way to launch all the services dependent on these applications, making sure the applications and services are healthy and can connect to one another.
Relying on upstream Kubernetes isn't enough for teams deploying Kubernetes into production. Basic Kubernetes installations are plagued by a lack of central visibility, inconsistent security practices, and complex management processes.
IBM's X-Force Security team is armed with global security intelligence experts with industry-leading analysis to simplify and automate your cyber threat platform.
Too often, cyber incidents lead to disruptions in care – sometimes even fatal ones. When emergencies strike, health systems need to be prepared in order to keep patients as safe as possible.
How to Provide People-Oriented Services: A Guide for State & Local Public Servants
Clouds in the Forecast...91% of state and local government decision-makers say they must work to scale cloud adoption and 74% feel cloud computing is propelling the next wave of service delivery innovation.
Explore the tenets of data-led migration and best practices for putting it to work.
Cloud-native applications are designed to be deployed anywhere a container platform is available, whether in a public cloud, on-premises or at edge locations. Discover how a series of emerging trends are driving cloud-native forward, giving everyone from digital natives to large enterprises the technologies to drive rapid innovation.
New technologies, threats, and contested domains are challenging the intelligence community as never before. How will leaders manage the global intelligence needs of today and tomorrow? During this virtual summit, Defense One and Nextgov will interview experts in the field to explore emerging dynamics, long-term trends, and policy options facing the intelligence community in 2022 and beyond.
The Business of Government Hour a weekly conversation with government executives and thought leaders who are changing the way government does business. Host Michael J. Keegan speaks to guests about leadership, public management, innovation, and their vision of government in the 21st century. Interviews are informative, insightful, and in-depth conversations on topics & trends at the intersection of government, technology, and leadership.
This year’s IBM Security X-Force Threat Intelligence Index presents an uncomfortable truth: as businesses, institutions and governments continue to adapt to a fast-changing global market—including hybrid and cloud-based work environments—threat actors remain adept at exploiting such shifts.