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  • Get ready for IoT-enabled threats

    As IoT use ramps up, so do attacks on networks

    As the internet of things expands, the number of devices that must be secured is skyrocketing.

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    Does IoT cause more problems than it solves?

    Home users may choose to take on the risk, but should the federal government?

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  • agile kanban board (Karashaev/Shutterstock.com)

    Closing the agile culture gap

    Agencies that want to take the agile route must close the culture gap by teaching skeptical colleagues how to function in the more experimental and trust-centered agile environment.

  • mobile devices (mrmohock/Shutterstock.com)

    How local governments can capitalize on real-time communications

    With modern digital communications services, municipalities can foster secure and efficient collaboration, increase productivity and even better protect citizens.

  • IoT analytics platform

    Modern data analytics for public safety IoT

    The sheer volume of data generated by internet-of-things devices requires modern and efficient platforms that can maximize the data insights to ensure a safer population.

  • secure cloud choices

    Public cloud security doesn't end with the cloud provider

    To take advantage of public clouds agencies must take responsibility for securing the last mile.

  • mobile devices (Trum Ronnarong/Shutterstock.com)

    What do government workers think of collaborative tech?

    As agencies move toward seamless omnichannel collaboration, the majority of employees still report the performance of unified communications technology is lacking.

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  • secure chip (Virgiliu Obada/Shutterstock.com)

    How hardware-based technology keeps mobile devices secure

    With the Trusted Execution Environment, government can maximize the use of mobile devices while minimizing the associated risks.

  • hybrid cloud (Trum Ronnarong/Shutterstock.com)

    Three ways to relieve hybrid IT stress

    Rigorous testing, continuous education and visibility into hybrid-cloud environments can help IT managers breathe easier.

  • hybrid cloud

    Securing the federal hybrid cloud

    By weaving traditionally isolated security resources together into an integrated security fabric, agencies can share threat intelligence and implement automation to make decisions at machine speeds.

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  • traffic data (metamorworks/Shutterstock.com)

    Open source traffic management


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