State and Local Resource Center
The Burden of Insider Threats and Budget Revealed for Public Sector Organizations
It’s no secret public sector organizations face an array of challenges in securing networks. From budget constraints to enforcing a security structure, organizations struggle to keep up with evolving threats. According to the recent SolarWinds Public Sector Security Report, only four in ten public sector respondents are confident in their team’s ability to take on today’s threats.
Securing the Remote Government Worker
Remote government workers could be the new normal. From college students to government officials, laptops, tablets, and smartphones are being used to complete course work, discuss policy, and run essential government departments. Teleworking, while not completely new to colleges and universities with online classes, is a new venture for many government agencies. With valuable data on the line, security important than ever for organizations.
Smart Cities Improving Speed and Efficiency of Urban Services
Today, more than half of the world’s population—about 4 billion people—live in cities. Within the next 30 years, this number is expected to grow by another 2.5 billion people. This influx will increase the burden on urban planners to build working cities, and it will increase the pressure on state and local governments to deliver services to citizens. Cities are looking to the internet of things (IoT) to lessen these burdens, creating connected, efficient, and sustainable smart cities.
Government and Education Webinar: Application Performance Management
Government and education clients and their stakeholders are dependent on their applications and underlying infrastructure. Everyone demands performance and results, even in a mixed environment of legacy and modern applications, made more complex by more moving parts. This makes an IT professional’s job more challenging than ever. Application performance management (APM) tools are no longer an option but are a requirement, whether you’re developing a new application or updating an existing one.