Originally published: December 7, 2012
Last updated: December 7, 2012 - 5:15pm
Between now and early 2013, the Department of Homeland Security is expected to release an RFP for continuous monitoring, a function for detecting network compliance and risk vulnerabilities -- which means the feds are working toward a huge shift in how they secure their networks next year.
In the opinion of George Schu -- senior vice president at Booz Allen Hamilton, which consults federal agencies on technology decisions and often is instrumental to computing decisions at America’s highest level of leadership -- the adoption will require decentralized deployment for maximum effectiveness. Each agency is unique with different needs and digital environments.
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