Making IT Service Management and Security Solutions More Effective
In partnership with and
October 7, 2021, 1:30-2:30 PM ET
1 CPE Credit Available for this Event***
Panel: Making IT Service Management and Security Solutions More Effective
It’s no secret that getting a clear picture of your hardware, software, and services can be a challenge. Federal IT leaders frequently list vendor audits and unexpected software license true-up as a top concern. Add to the mix – constant adaptation to changing technologies, cyber-attack vulnerability mitigation, and IT asset availability and management in complex hybrid environments – and you start to uncover the challenges involved in Federal IT infrastructure and operations. This panel discussion aims to explore latest industry trends and best practices in strategic planning that agency leaders can adopt to make improvements in security, IT asset management, governance, and cost savings. How can agencies better monitor the sprawling IT asset landscape, and implement coherent IT lifecycle management decisions?
Join this webinar as topic experts share their strategies that agencies can implement to alleviate the concern of the unknown and make operations more efficient.
Dr. Nitin Naik
Technical Fellow, MITRE
Rey Anzaldua, PhD
SMD Information Security Program Executive, NASA
Chief Technology Officer, U.S. Small Business Administration
Vice President, Product Marketing, Flexera
Moderator: Kiersten Patton
Working Group Manager, ATARC
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