Enterprise Ready Intelligent Capture (ERIC) — a coordinated approach to document input and processing that combines distributed and centralized scanning with fax and electronic conversion across numerous departments. Read on to learn more.
Published By: BrightEdge
Published Date: Apr 15, 2013
Download this white paper for an overview of how backlinks influence search results, why it's critical to use only white hat methods and how tools like BrightEdge, MajesticSEO and interactive agencies like Rosetta can be used to gain visibility and insight.
Don’t just put a sponsor’s logo in your ads (and vice versa). Instead, give interested brands a way to really grab the audience’s attention.
View social sponsorship best practices for live events, on-air promotion, and website integration plus case studies from networks, agencies, and sponsors. Don't miss how the 25th annual College Slam sponsor Denny's drove 60,000 tweets during ESPN's live broadcast.
Published By: AlienVault
Published Date: Oct 21, 2014
The Public Services Network (PSN) is a programme intended to improve communication services across the UK government by reducing the cost and complexity of digital communication across the public sector. The PSN will create one logical network, based on industry standards, thus improving performance and security. The PSN is a replacement to the GSi (Government Secured Intranet), and all Public Sector agencies must migrate to the PSN by 31 October 2014. AlienVault’s Unified Security Management (USM) platform can provide you with the single solution you need to address many of the network- and security-related questions required to complete your PSN IA documentation.
Published By: Clarizen
Published Date: Sep 23, 2015
Read how Clarizen enabled Equifax's Creative Services Leader Dorian Usherwood to implement a new, flexible staffing model within the creative services function, so that all team members could connect, communicate and collaborate, including: agencies of record, internal art and video directors, creative services leaders, production management, and freelancers.
The goal of this article will be to contribute to the emerging dialog on the subject of business value by extrapolating from BI lessons learned and from DecisionPath Consultings experience working with Fortune 1000 customers and Government agencies.
Security breaches are all over the news, many of them a result of either insider threats or advanced persistent threats.
Companies and government agencies are looking for solutions to mitigate the risks these threats present. This white paper details three common Windows Server threat scenarios and explains the way that they can be neutralized. By following the guidelines in this white paper, organizations can guard against inside and outside threats, protect their Windows Server infrastructure and sensitive data, and meet relevant regulatory requirements.
Centrify Server Suite provides organizations with the control they need to thwart these threats. It protects their Windows Server environments by:
• Granting users just enough privilege to accomplish their business objectives, enabling secure management of Windows services.
• Making shared accounts in Active Directory accountable by associating the use of a shared account with the actual user.
• Protecting PCI data from domain admin
The 2016 ACFE Report to the Nations on Occupational Fraud and Abuse analyzed 2,410 occupational fraud cases that caused a total loss of more than $6.3 billion.8 Victim organizations that lacked anti-fraud controls suffered double the amount of median losses.
SAS’ unique, hybrid approach to insider threat deterrence – which combines traditional detection methods and investigative methodologies with behavioral analysis – enables complete, continuous monitoring. As a result, government agencies and companies can take pre-emptive action before damaging incidents occur. Equally important, SAS solutions are powerful yet simple to use, reducing the need to hire a cadre of high-end data modelers and analytics specialists. Automation of data integration and analytics processing makes it easy to deploy into daily operations.
Tax fraud is already prevalent, and fraudsters are more sophisticated and automated than ever. To get ahead of the game in detecting fraud
and protecting revenue, tax agencies need to leverage more advanced and predictive analytics. Legacy processes, systems, and attitudes
need not stand in the way. To explore the challenges, opportunities, and value of tax fraud analytics, IIA spoke with Deborah Pianko, a
Government Fraud Solutions Architect within the SAS Security Intelligence practice.
As businesses and agencies face increasingly complex security requirements, it makes less and less sense for these organizations to invest resources in the operation and management of their own data centers. Enterprises are leaving the data center business, opting instead to seek a partner for their data center, colocation and cloud needs.
With the right foundation, the road to digital transformation is easy. Find out the steps you can take to start your journey – and start delivering experiences that truly put your customers at the center.
Read the guide, Customer-centric Digital Transformation: What You Need to Know to learn:
• Five steps toward customer-centric digital transformation
• Four key components that make up excellent customer experiences
• Tips and inspiration from industry experts and digital government agencies
We are fully entrenched in the digital age, so much so that you're probably reading this with a smartphone or mobile device within arms length. Similarly government is also making the shift towards a digital future.
But with moving away from paper-based records and towards digital data, there are new opportunities for potential security risks regarding government data and content. As cyberthreats continue to grow in number and sophistication, agencies should be looking at features to secure every level of their digital infrastructure and content.
Check out this new pocket guide to learn content security best practices, why it matters, government rules and regulations related to digital data and its associated security and content challenges. You’ll also learn tips and tricks to apply at your agency to make sure your content is secure.
Read this article to understand how Box can revolutionize the way your marketing team creates campaigns in just five ways:
1. Complete projects, fast
2. Work with outside contractors and agencies, securely
3. Access files here, there and everywhere
4. Equip sales team with winning tools
5. Distribute campaign content easily
Defense and intelligence agencies want to leverage the data they collect so they can use artificial intelligence to enhance readiness – but most who run these programs don’t know how to get started and find it difficult to make the business case to their leadership. In this research report, created by GovLoop in partnership with IBM, which provides innovative technology solutions for national security and military intelligence, you’re going to learn where your peers stand—and some practical tips on how to get started—even if you think your data is “dirty” or not ready for advanced applications.
Expectations for government agencies are rising at a rapid and sometimes overwhelming pace. New laws, mandates and policies combined with rising citizen demands for usability and technology driven services put pressure on the public sector to deliver with current or even shrinking resources.
The possibilities for the machine-augmented future are endless — but while artificial intelligence has become ubiquitous in the commercial world, its adoption in government has been slow. This toolkit will help agencies identify the necessary steps to embark on an AI journey — and provide tips for government innovators to easily progress from crawling and walking to the running stage with the technology.
Organizations and intelligence agencies from a variety of industries and sectors face the same challenges when it comes to big data – the need to uncover actionable insights, with limited resources, with critical speed. But with the right intelligence solution, overwhelming data won’t be a challenge, rather, it becomes your resource to smarter, more effective decision making.
Ensuring your data is compliant can be a fairly straightforward
task. Your IT team works their way through the checklist, and
stays out of trouble with lawyers and regulatory agencies.
There’s value to that. But true data protection is more than
regulatory compliance. In fact, even if you’re compliant, your
organization could still be at risk unless you strategically identify
and protect your most valuable data.
Traditionally, you’ve been presented with IT security
metrics—sometimes reassuring, other times alarming. But
simply reviewing IT security metrics is not meaningful in and
of itself. As an executive, you don’t evaluate issues in siloes.
Instead, you excel at assessing issues in the broader context
of your organizational operations. In other words, technical
security data and metrics lack value unless viewed through
the lens of business risk.
When you’re presented with IT security metrics, your
question is: What does this mean for my business? And
ultimately, what data should I
Society simply must change the way it serves its most vulnerable members. Service delivery models are outdated and constrained by budgets, organizational structures and legislation. Citizens aren’t getting what they need to become more self-sufficient and recover from hard times or significant events such as disasters. Government isn’t keeping up with the demand generated by the complex times we live in and agencies are stressed to the breaking point by current service expectations. Something different must be done to generate better outcomes. This action requires better engagement between government and citizens which can lead to more self-reliant individuals and lower demands and costs on government. In California, one county is tackling this challenge head on and has found a better way to serve their citizens.
Massachusetts is well-known as the landing place of the Mayflower and home to the oldest institution of higher learning in the United States. But this is one state that hasn’t stood still in time. Today, Massachusetts has the challenging task of accommodating the needs of its various state agencies. In particular, those needs include IT support surrounding disaster recovery and data management.
Many new regulations are spurring banks to rethink how data from across the enterprise flows into the aggregated risk and capital reports required by regulatory agencies. Data must be complete, correct and consistent to maintain confidence in risk reports, capital reports and analytical analyses. At the same time, banks need ways to monetize, grant access to and generate insight from data.
To keep pace with regulatory changes, many banks will need to reapportion their budgets to support the development of new systems and processes. Regulators continually indicate that the banks must be able to provide, secure and deliver high-quality information that is consistent and mature.