In the face of increasing cyber threats, how can agencies bolster their defenses and measure their efficacy? Uncover insights into this and delve into the strategies fortifying government cyber operations.
500 decision makers across civilian, defense, intelligence, and homeland security agencies reported on their use cases, benefits, challenges, and investment plans for private and commercial 5G technologies.
Adoption | 89% of respondents have deployed, are piloting, or are planning to pilot private 5G or MNOs and commercially available services.
Benefits | As a superhighway for data, agencies are most focused on benefits that directly tie to their networks, with more than half citing network speed.
Challenges | 91% are concerned about budget, followed closely by cybersecurity-related risks.
Civilian and defense agencies report on their progress and approach to developing and implementing zero trust strategies, along with the benefits and challenges they are facing and the impact this has on their missions.
Strategy | 76% say their agency has a formal strategy in place to implement their zero trust approach.
Benefits | Agencies are focused on the benefits of zero trust, including simplifying the user experience and reducing the risk of a data breach.
Challenges | Upgrading legacy infrastructure and identifying the right technologies are obstacles to their strategies.
AI tools are being used across government to automate many tasks, from identifying risks to preventing cyber attacks, to predicting network system maintenance. This research study examines the pursuits and progress of artificial intelligence adoption in the federal government.
Adoption | 43% say AI isn’t even on their agency’s radar.
Benefits | 41% think AI can transform their organizations’ internal operations, particularly in analytics.
Challenges | 39% believe a lack of trust is holding their agency back from adopting AI.
With 81% of federal agencies using more than one cloud platform, this study explores cybersecurity challenges and opportunities in multi-cloud environments. We catalog current efforts and aspirations to offer federal IT leaders a path to future-proof multi-cloud cybersecurity.
Adoption | 91% say securing multi-cloud will be a top priority over the next two years.
Benefits | 84% say successful multi-cloud adoption will strengthen their agency’s overall cybersecurity posture in the long run.
Challenges | 32% are finding it difficult to meet regulatory requirements.