Information security programs in the public sector are required to overcome substantial, unique difficulties, in addition to addressing those same challenges faced by their counterparts in the private sector. Statewide public-sector information security programs must be broad enough to address contr...
In a public emergency, response
time matters. Agencies must get
the right people and supplies to
the point of impact – fast.
But most response processes are full of potential delays.
Agencies are forced to use manual, paper-based processes
that take too much time and lack visibility.
At no time has the phrase “Every Company Is A Data Company”
been more accurate. In today’s economically challenging,
customer-driven business environment, it has become critical
for organizations to drive every possible efficiency from their
business models, while still keeping a strong cu...
This white paper will detail why a crisis
communication strategy is vital for an effective data-breach response and share
recommendations on creating a comprehensive crisis communications plan to
mitigate impact to the organization and alleviate stakeholders concerns.
Hybrid IT balances the best of both worlds: the control inherent in on-premises technology with the scalability of public cloud. A strategic security plan can help reap the full rewards of cloud computing without sacrificing flexibility and governance. This white paper outlines the 12 cloud security...
For many organizations, the exponential growth in unstructured data is outpacing their budgets—leaving their IT professionals scrambling to find ways to economically balance users’ needs for prompt service levels with affordable capital and operational costs. Read more about how Veritas Access c...
In many organizations oftentimes only users who work
outside of the firewall on a consistent basis are issued
hardware or software authenticators. Users that work inside
the firewall may not have tokens. In the event that a user
may require remote access, IT simply issues a token to the
Governments around the world are being called upon to provide a comprehensive, timely, and effective response to the
COVID-19 outbreak. This response requires a wide-range of interdisciplinary and intergovernmental actions including
communications, coordination, reporting, tracking, and treatment.
How is your organization coping with having plenty of data but
scarcity of real information? How often do your executives ask
the IT team – or you – to find and analyze data vital to highlevel
strategic business decisions? Or how your organization
can exploit the information you have without...
Organizations are being prevented from using their state of the art analytics technology and extremely talented resources from analyzing large amounts of information due to security or sensitive information unknowns. Opportunities are being lost due to the time it takes to filter and eliminate poten...