Weekly Wrap-Up
Week of April 5, 2021
(GovTech) The past year of the pandemic has pushed government leaders at the federal, state and local levels to accelerate their digital transformation efforts and bolster cybersecurity protections of their networks, information systems and websites. The American people, now more than ever, are relying on government websites for critical digital services and authoritative information – from COVID-19 vaccines to finding polling locations for elections.
Pandemic Telework Has Been a Boon for DoD Worker Productivity, IG Says
(Federal News Network) A vast majority of Defense Department employees found themselves at least as productive teleworking compared to working in an office, and a plurality said their productivity increased, according to the Pentagon’s official watchdog.
Why the Army Elevated Its Enterprise Cloud Office to Agency Status
(Nextgov) The U.S. Army’s home for enterprise cloud was elevated to field operating agency status in order to better equip it with the resources needed to facilitate implementation and execution of the Army’s cloud strategy, according to the agency’s director. 
Enhancing Zero Trust Environments with IronDefense
A key factor to delivering the benefits of a Zero Trust environment is the ability to monitor network, devices, workload, and people using analytics and visibility tools such as IronDefense and taking the outputs of that data to automate and orchestrate security responses. It is precisely for these reasons why Forrester recommends in its NowTech report that adding a NAV solution such as IronDefense is a critical component for network detection, asset management, and overall Zero Trust capabilities.
AWS Public Sector Summit Online
April 15-16, 2021
Join the AWS Public Sector Summit Online virtually to deepen your cloud knowledge and gain new skills to design, deploy, and use the cloud for your mission.
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