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…

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.…

DBAs, Data Owners, and the Security Team—Distinguishing the Key Players Who Keep SLED Data Safe

In a previous article on the GovCyberHub, we were joined by Amit Parikh, an Information Management Senior Consultant at Quest Software, who discussed the new reality facing state and local government Database Administrators (DBAs) and explained how advanced workload analytics…

Four Automation Targets That Can Help Overcome the Federal Cyber Workforce Shortage

Since the beginning of the COVID pandemic, cyberattacks have become increasingly frequent and sophisticated, looking to leverage a changing IT landscape that resulted as government agencies and their IT teams worked to enable the “new normal” of a distributed workforce.…

Improving Cyber Situational Awareness with Compliance Automation

Today’s federal government and military are facing workforce shortages and vacancies in many important positions. However, none of these vacancies are as potentially harmful to the security of our nation as the shortages that exist in our federal cybersecurity workforce.…