At the recent RSA Conference’s Public Sector Day, government CISOs discussed how agencies can embrace innovation while still protecting their networks and assets.
Despite the security threats posed by internet-of-things devices, agencies can take basic steps to protect themselves from their cyber vulnerabilities.
Modern EAM systems integrated with GIS, mobile and automation capabilities can help reduce downtimes, minimize asset replacement costs and improve overall city services.
Fusing geographic data with business information can transform domain knowledge and customer workflows into connected and digital-first ecosystems.
Controlling unauthorized internet-of-things devices that connect to enterprise networks requires a different technical approach than BYOD management because IoT devices often lack authorization and authentication tools.
New technologies and data sources are helping officials prepare residents in flood-prone areas ahead of rising waters.
The Army wants to incorporate tech solutions usually seen in smart cities at its military installations.
While cities are gaining unexpected insights from data streaming from LED streetlights, many may have trouble actually ingesting the volume of data.
When cutting-edge tech is combined with a connected data platform, border security can build a common operating picture that allows officers to survey vast territory and respond to threats in real time.
When it comes to incorporating internet-of-things technology into public services, it is not always the high-priced initiatives that have the most impact on residents.
More than nine out of 10 respondents supported some IoT security regulation.
The growth of unsecured devices such as industrial sensors, webcams, televisions and other smart home devices is leading to a growing disruptive capability.
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