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Deriving Insight From Chaos

Government chief information security officers (CISOs) are faced with a seemingly infinite supply of challenges when it comes to cybersecurity: tight budgets, limited resources, hackers, data leaks, compliance and regulatory issues. A recent Center for Digital Government survey of 100 state and local security officials found that only 12 percent of respondents feel that they have sufficient resources to protect their agency against cyber threats, 60 percent say they experienced some form of intrusion/cyber attack in the last year and more than 80 percent expect to face more cybersecurity threats in the next year. Defensive security strategies focus on network traffic, but leave enterprise endpoints – laptops, desktops and servers – vulnerable. This Center for Digital Government issue brief discusses how endpoint security analytics provides intelligence and insight that allows government CISOs to actually predict and prevent undetected and unknown cybersecurity threats.


Refreshing Aging Infrastructure to Enable Delivery of New Applications and Better Services

Learn how the City of Redmond retired their aging NetApp and HP infrastructure and built a less complex solution, eliminating 8 hours per week of storage management while gaining linear scalability with non-disruptive upgrades and reduced their datacenter footprint from 3 cabinets to 1.

Taking Mobility to the Next Level

Find out how Surface devices - as well as new ways of buying and managing those devices - are enabling agencies like the California Department of Social Services and the New York City Board of Elections to take their mobile workforce initiatives to the next level.

IMPROVING HEALTHCARE SERVICES AND SYSTEMS IN AN ERA OF UNCERTAIN CHANGE

In these uncertain times around healthcare and insurance, states must continue their mission of delivering programs and managing costs and prepare for upcoming changes.

Connect for Success: How Connected Communities unite data, systems and people

As connected community projects across the country show, forward-looking governments are reengineering internal systems to achieve the full benefits of modernization. Fortunately, this reengineering process doesn’t have to be long and expensive, thanks to a host of new options like integrated, end-to-end platforms designed for state and local government, as well as reliable SOA technology that facilitates data sharing.

Smart Building Infrastructure

The benefits of connecting people, processes, data, and things with integrated network technology solutions.

Forrester Report: How to Secure Your IoT and OT Environment

Cyberattacks on Internet of Things (IoT) and operational technology now expose businesses to greater risk. But, with all the security technology available today, we asked ourselves the question, why do they keep happening?

Answering, "Why can't I submit this form online?"

Most government forms & applications are PDFs that citizens & staff must submit with a printer and pen. Legacy solutions are not built to solve this problem and this guide covers how you can evaluate the initiative to improve online services and automate business workflows.

Three Ways to Revolutionize Child Support Management

This paper discusses an alternative way to approach CSE system procurement to help states modernize the management system, payment processing and project management.

Managing a Successful Integrated Eligibility Project

This paper outlines the building blocks of an integrated eligibility project and discusses how contracting with a system integration firm can help ensure a smoother process.

Intelligence-Led Security

A significant challenge for many organizations has been enabling their analysts to find the 'unknown unknown.' Whether that unknown is malware lurking within the enterprise or within slight variations in fraudulent transactions, the result has been the same: enterprises continue to fall victim to cybercrime.