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Genius Machines: Great Power and the Pa...
In the last five years, the tools used in defense have evolved from a staple of science fiction to a real-world magnet for large-scale investment. In Hawaii, that means channeling technological advances for Indo-Pacific security. As the administration's defense strategy has pivoted towards China and great power competition, how is the U.S. matching new capabilities to new strategy, and what needs to happen next?Join Defense One and Nextgov for...
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Life From Space: The Future of Technolo...
Space isn’t the next frontier: it’s the current one. Governments around the world, alongside private actors, are relying on space and space-based communication--and that reliance will only grow. This webcast, hosted by Defense One, will explore: The role that artificial intelligence will play in realizing the future for space capability The role of micro-satellites, AI, and next-generation IT in creating new capabilities in space....
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How Technologically Healthy Are You?
More government employees are teleworking, which can create riskier IT behavior. Cybersecurity attacks are increasing, and the federal government must be vigilant in safeguarding against threats and ensuring a healthy IT infrastructure, particularly during this digitally transformative time. These attacks deprive mission-critical government agencies from their devices, data or internet and can lead to serious consequences, failing entire citie...
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Bridging Secure Remote Application Acce...
Even as states begin to re-open after being closed for weeks due to the COVID-19 coronavirus, the government workforce and contractors will continue to work from home or remotely for the foreseeable future. They require secure remote access to applications to be productive. While applications have migrated to the public cloud or have been replaced by SaaS applications, there remain many applications that cannot be migrated or replaced. These m...
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Accelerating Digital Transformation to...
The transformation and modernization of IT systems is a priority for government agencies. Health organizations are under additional pressure to implement effective digital transformation, while simultaneously maintaining personal data, such as health records. Many turn to cloud computing and emerging technologies to modernize themselves, but often face unexpected obstacles. During this webinar, sponsored by Leidos, government and industry lead...
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Electrifying the Future Fleet: A Dispat...
The Navy requires a powerful fleet to contend with the current threat landscape as well as unpredictable future adversaries. A modern, electric-drive naval fleet not only means extra power, but also more efficient uses of existing power, and more unique power qualities. Many approaches, such as stored energy, hybrid electric hard drives, power modules, and leveraging existing architectures, are being employed in order to meet the Navy’s...
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Cybersmart TV: Zero Trust as a Federal...
Adopting a zero trust architecture is certainly not a new concept but its implementation has never felt as urgent as it does now. With sophisticated and tireless cyber threats, a permanently expanded perimeter defining the next normal, and increased support from the current administration to prioritize its advancement, federal agencies are taking unprecedented measures to modernize their security efforts and defend against tomorrow’s att...
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Modernizing the Citizen Experience
The latest Citizen Experience Executive Order has underscored the need for agencies to modernize their technologies and processes to best meet the ever-evolving needs of their customers. Additionally, HHS agencies are overwhelmed with rising customer expectations, the influx of caller inquiries, rising costs, etc. With this in mind, State and Federal organizations are turning to AI and cloud-based solutions while integrating emerging technolog...
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Accelerating Government Digitation: Upd...
Today, many public sector organizations are using dated applications to run their operations. In many cases, these applications are still critical, but not nearly as performant or cost-effective as they once were. As such, agency leaders are looking for ways to become faster and more agile so that they can continue to enable innovation, control costs, and provide new ways to consume information. How can agencies modernize the applications they...
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Attack Surface Management: From Reactiv...
As organizations continue to digitize their business and employees are empowered to leverage these capabilities, it’s no wonder security teams struggle to keep track of infrastructure, applications, cloud services and SaaS usage—let alone ensure security policies are adhered to across these environments. The attack surface is dramatically and vastly expanding, and without the proper automation, it is unlikely that security teams wi...
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