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Lower Risk: Detect cyber threats and enhance compliance

Public sector professionals can centralize access to all relevant enterprise data from multiple sources, providing visibility that exposes anomalistic behavior in real-time. When government organizations have the ability to analyze data from multiple sources in order to identify and mitigate potential threats, including insider threat, this not only saves money but enhances national security. By adopting a highly-extensible and configurable solution that adheres to enterprise-grade security and governance, the compliance needs of public sector organizations are met in a cost-effective manner.

Data security for government agencies

5 essential steps for addressing security in big data

Gartner Market Trends: User and Entity Behavior Analytics

Navigating the Cybersecurity Equation - Infographic

Navigating the Cybersecurity Equation - Full Report

Anticipatory Intelligence: Improve outcomes and drive real-time decision making

Aggregation of pertinent data from diverse systems and partners leads to timely insights, or anticipatory intelligence. This approach benefits constituents by helping public sector professionals interpret data more rapidly, make better-informed decisions, and apply resources where they are needed most. Whether the focus is on benefits fraud detection, law enforcement, national security, student success, or defense logistics, data-driven decisions support more timely and accurate public sector mission outcomes.

Mobilizing the Military with Data Visibility

A 360 Degree View of Defense Logistics

Drive Constituent Insights: Increase engagement by creating a 360-degree picture of constituents

A user-centered environment is important in creating transparency, improving delivery of content, and saving money. This is even more relevant in the public sector as government agencies look to connect with constituents in order to address their individual needs and improve their user experience in the most cost-effective manner. Whether it means being able to analyze citizen data derived from social media or enabling participatory government by allowing constituent input on budget allocation, the process requires the ability of governments to ingest and analyze large amounts of data to determine a course of action. By moving towards a constituent-centered approach, public sector organizations can impact people’s daily lives by providing information and services that are both useful and highly important.

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Industry Brief - Using Data to Drive Student Success

Improve Services Efficiency: Provide better data-driven services at lower cost

The connection of data from people, processes, and things through the Internet of Things (IoT)  is transforming the business of government.  As public sector organizations manage volumes of historical and new information, and make thousands of decisions based on this ever-growing universe of data, this challenge is only compounded by the sensory data contained within IoT.  Without tools and methods to better manage and understand data, it will be increasingly challenging to make optimal choices about resource optimization and deliver the enhanced services citizens demand.  Adoption of a platform that allows government organizations to take advantage of IoT can yield significant operational efficiencies and cost savings around key areas like employee productivity, disaster relief, defense logistics, as well as smart cities with the ability to monitor everything from utilities to parking.

Solution Brief: Driving Value for the Internet of Things in Public Sector

Industry Brief: Data Driven Transportation Departments

Modernize Architecture: Enable IT to deliver more value to support the mission at a lower cost

All agencies collect, store, manage, and use data to reveal insights and gain valuable information. Using Hadoop, public sector professionals can access and analyze their entire data universe. Innovative and open source technology can capture, store, process, and analyze data of any type, any volume, historical, and current, while maintaining required information security and governance for even the most sensitive missions.  

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Operational efficiency: big data and the public sector

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