The Defense Department is putting migration of legacy systems on hold as it moves forward with an interconnected cloud environment.
By delivering solutions in smaller increments, continuously improving to add value and leveraging private-sector best practices, agencies can enhance the services they provides to constituent
A year after the passing of the CLOUD Act by Congress and the adoption of the General Data Protection Regulation by the European Union, questions remain about the requirements governing the privacy and transfer of data to other countries.
For low-impact applications, FedRAMP Tailored offers a simpler, transparent approach to condensing the authorization process, the program's acting director says.
In its budget request the Department of Justice asked for funds to extend its detection and response capabilities beyond on-premises networks to "wherever our data resides."
Because it is based on foundational controls -- finding and patching vulnerabilities, making sure systems are securely configured and monitoring systems for change -- AWARE will go a long way in helping agencies maintain a strong security posture.
By automating data preparation and the discovery and sharing of insights, augmented analytics helps users more easily interact with data.
By combining the best human talent and technology, agencies can reduce security costs, free up resources and set security teams up for success.
Brain activity could be harnessed to optimize a performance of a human-machine team, according to an ARL researcher.
Automated network security can help agencies reduce downtime, enable cost-saving consolidation and make the best use of limited staff resources.
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