With all the greatness digital transformation initiatives can bring, they also come with considerable challenges. In the public sector, this has slowed adoption of many modern investments over the years, but new directives from the highest ranks are reversing this trend.
With so many competing priorities within public sector agencies, both in IT departments and agency-wide, it can be difficult to realize any meaningful digital transformation gains. Nonetheless, agencies stand to gain significant improvements from digital transformation, despite resource constraints.
Overloaded government agency IT teams face increasing cybersecurity concerns and tight budgets. When you combine this with state and local agencies being some of the most highly targeted organizations by hackers—including malicious state actors and fraudsters—the risk of not having the best protection in place is too great to ignore.
The results of our latest survey—including hundreds of top financial services organization leaders and practitioners from across the globe—reveal what modernization trends tied to digital transformation are top-of-mind, both at the moment and for the near future.
Increasingly complex financial services ecosystems are showing new cracks in traditional cyber defenses, and criminals are ready to pounce. Thus, new security efforts must be taken into consideration—and not only for both the financial institution and the FinTech data aggregator, but the customer in the middle as well.
At the recent TechNet Cyber 2022 conference, F5 presented a session on DoD Edge 2.0, sharing key insights around edge computing and providing additional context for the exciting benefits innovative edge platforms offer the DoD and others. Chad Davis details the highlights.