Director, Data Analytics Solutions, Carahsoft
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August 11th, 2017
DoDIIS brings together members from military, civilian, government and industry backgrounds into a community driven by innovation and collaboration.
March 28th, 2017
Every government and public safety agency is powered by digital devices, however, many organizations lose efficiencies from so many stand-alone tools.
March 8th, 2017
Suffering from cybersecurity alert fatigue? Triaging your agencies incident-response alarms can help your team keep up with all of the alerts.
January 10th, 2017
In public sector legal departments, the need for systems that increase efficiency, that provide measurable and transparent activity, and of course, that manage large amounts of data are especially important.
November 28th, 2016
In 2015, IBM revealed 55% of cyber attacks are by someone with insider access. Yet, a 2016 survey found that only 18% of organizations address this problem.
October 25th, 2016
Today, government is in a transitional phase where agencies are starting to proactively address many cyber-attacks and threats; however, recent breaches, like last year’s OPM hack, demonstrate that we need to detect advanced threats more rapidly.
August 25th, 2016
The amount of data produced is growing exponentially each year. In fact, 90% of the world’s data was produced in just the past two to three years. As the amount of data continues to grow at an unfathomable rate, it’s more important than ever for government agencies to have a plan for how to analyze and derive value from the insight in can provide. Big data has proven itself to be a valuable commodity time and time again – whether it’s finding efficiencies in road traffic or detecting anomalies in user behavior to counter cyber threats – government organizations should be taking advantage of the data they ingest and store.
December 18th, 2015
Big Data is something that all agencies have, but few are really taking advantage of or sharing with the public. Across many government agencies and organizations, IT leaders are being pressed to get data out of silos and find better, more integrated ways to present the information to employees and open it to the American public.