For over decades, technology has been the fuel powering the growth of local, state and federal governments. From automation to using the internet of things (IoT) to make cities smarter, these entities have discovered how to leverage best-in-class technologies to improve workplace efficiency and lives of citizens. Government CIOs are also making myriad of investments in various technologies like analytics, IoT, mobile, and more to meet the customer requisites and improve government operations.
Nevertheless, the top concern of today’s government agencies is the constantly evolving cyberattacks and practices. The federal government is no exception to this rule, where perimeter hardening has given way to a focus on continuous diagnostics and threat mitigation, identity management, threat intelligence and the protection of critical IT infrastructure. Government agencies are gearing up to its next large cyber initiative by emphasizing on the protection of machine identities in addition to continued focus on user identities. However, many CIOs find it extremely challenging to navigate into the complex and fragmented technology world when looking for service providers to aid them with consulting, implementation, and support.
With multitude of vendors offering security solutions critical to the business needs of the organizations, it can be quite toilsome for the CIOs to zero in on the right fit for their organizations. To help CIOs in selecting the security solutions software, our distinguished panel comprising CEOs, CIOs, VCs, industry analysts and the editorial board of Government CIO Outlook has narrowed down the selection to the final 10 Security Solution Providers.
We present to you Government CIO Outlook’s “Top 10 Security Solution Providers – 2018.”