To keep up with the latest technology solutions, IT managers must take advantage of learning opportunities and skills development available from contractors, user communities and industry events.
Following cyber hygiene best practices will ensure agencies can keep their systems healthy, provide high-value cybersecurity and remain agile and responsive to citizen needs.
MDR can provide capabilities organizations may not have in place or better utilize resources they already have -- either through augmentation or by enabling more resources.
By understanding the health, availability and risk of the data center and its underlying infrastructure, IT operations managers can make better decisions about optimization.
Intent-based networking allows a network administrator to prescribe a desired network state through automation and software-defined methodologies.
New tools give end users the ability to develop their own use-cases for AI-driven analytics.
Network visibility can help agencies better manage their software inventories and optimize data center operations.
MTD makes a defender a more difficult target, reduces the need for threat detection and enables scalable security.
With new 5G networking equipment on the horizon, quantum-encrypted communications would ensure virtually unhackable transmissions, no matter what vulnerabilities exist in devices.
Data-driven insights help agencies balance ensuring a program's integrity even when there are limited resources to investigate or fix identified problems.