How federal government agencies can responsibly deploy generative AI

This article originally appeared on IBM’s official blog. Digital transformation within federal government agencies is currently being driven by data and artificial intelligence (AI). AI plays a pivotal role in unlocking value from data and gaining deeper insights into the…

IBM and Presidio Federal share 4 ways artificial intelligence is reshaping federal cybersecurity

This article originally appeared on Presidio Federal’s website and can be found HERE. Artificial intelligence (AI) can change the way government agencies operate by providing the visibility and advanced analytics to improve workflows, optimize cybersecurity practices and enable leaders to…

Federal Data Strategy — Overcoming Culture and Budgetary Challenges

In our previous article on the GovCyberHub, TD SYNNEX Public Sector’s Chief Data Scientist, Sherry Bennett, PhD, and Quest Public Sector’s Director of Federal Sales Engineering, Chris Roberts, came together to discuss the different components of the Federal Data Strategy…

The Federal Data Strategy — What civilian agencies need to know

Federal civilian agencies are increasingly turning to technology to achieve their missions and improve constituent services. This makes working with accurate and well-managed data critical for driving decision making. But up until just a few years ago, most government agencies…

CIS controls and automation—Why they are better together

For federal government agencies, it is not only a priority but a mandated requirement that the contractors and vendors they do business with have hardened cybersecurity compliance controls that secure their networks and protect the data and information they house.…

Quest Public Sector on the 5 cybersecurity benefits tiered administration delivers to the federal government

While operating within an ever evolving and complex cybersecurity landscape, federal agencies face difficult decisions around what to prioritize for protection and recovery in the face of advanced security threats. There are a few things that can be done to…

7 ways the federal government can overcome cloud migration challenges

This article originally appeared on Quest Software’s official blog, HERE. Cloud migration challenges — capacity, throughput, performance and above all security — confront everyone in federal government agencies from leaders and managers to users. Digital transformation has been well documented…

SteelCloud’s Brian Hajost on how federal agencies can effectively secure their software supply chains

As federal government agencies and the military continue to build upon the modernization efforts they’ve made across their workflows and services, it is critical that they carefully consider the cyber risks that each newly acquired application and piece of software…

Quest’s Chris Roberts on the current state of federal zero trust

It has been more than two years since President Biden released his Executive Order (EO) on Improving the Nation’s Cybersecurity. Paramount to this EO was the directive for federal agencies to move towards adopting and implementing zero trust cybersecurity architectures.…

AD migration and consolidation (Part 2)—The tools and best practices federal agencies should employ to reach their desired end-states

In our last article, the GovCyberHub sat down with Quest Software’s Chris Esler to examine the reasons why federal agencies migrate and consolidate their Active Directory (AD) environments, as well as delve into the many different benefits these processes deliver…