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    Over the past year, a spotlight has been cast on the federal government's insecure,often outdated, digital infrastructure and activities underway to identify and tackle threats to high-value content. What is the current state of security in federal government and how are agencies across government protecting their most prized data?

    At this event, Nextgov will sit down with experts to discuss how cybersecurity has changed the wake of recent breaches of federal IT systems as well as the various policy responses to these breaches and how they are being implemented at an agency level. We'll take a look at federal cybersecurity spending, the new layers of cyber defense through data protection, and how agencies have used the Cybersecurity Strategy and Implementation Plan to improve their systems against hackers and other cyber threats.
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    Data is the cause of - and solution to - many of the challenges agencies face today.There's more of it than ever before, and likewise there is more potential to capitalize on it. Getting a grip on the data you have requires technology, proper policies and the right people, strategically positioned to collect, analyze and act upon data-driven insights. Data, used in conjunction with analytics and other emerging technologies, stands to provide agencies with today's highest-impact opportunity to advance mission-critical objectives. For some, this means reorganizing traditional bureaucracies around the data they collect, making data a strategic pillar to build around. For other agencies, it means bringing in new talent, ideas, and strategies to operationalize data with creative, mission-centric methods.
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    - The Commerce Department’s innovative efforts, including the newly-launched Opportunity Project, which builds on the White House’s pledge to unleash government information, spur innovation and empower better decision-making.

    - Possibilities inherent in health records data of the nearly 20 million beneficiaries within the DOD and Department of Veterans Affairs health records systems. Collectively, the agencies are finally beginning to share health records data back and forth, and they’ve launched a Joint Legacy Viewer application that allows sharing and real-time updates in patient records from either VA or DOD facilities.

    - The Police Data Initiative, the White House’s push to collect and make better sense of law enforcement, presents an interesting use case from the external (public-facing) and internal challenges of a large-scale data project. Externally, the challenge of open data sharing is specifically getting agencies to commit to more transparency; internally, they’ve been working with agencies to be more data-driven and better manage information.
  • Data Governance in the Internet of Everything Recorded: Feb 4 2016 50 mins
    Presented by: Nextgov | Underwritten by: DLT Solutions | Veritas
    All the data in the world is useless if you can’t manage it.

    With as many as 200 billion internet-connected sensors and devices expected by 2020, we’re fast approaching a world of big data – the Internet of Everything – but making the most of it requires advances in data governance.

    For federal agencies, this explosion of data represents both a major challenge and opportunity: How can they ensure the availability, usability, integrity, and security of new data while using it to improve service and mission delivery?

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