The 2020 Election Is Shaping Up To Be an Expensive Run

April 22, 2019

With a crowded field of 17 presidential candidates, candidates raised big numbers for the first quarter of 2019. Incumbent president Donald Trump declared $30.3 million in his fundraising arsenal in this quarter alone. By comparison, Bernie Sanders was able to score over $20 million recipets, while Elizabeth Warren hit close to $16.5 million right out of the gates in 2019. On the other end of the spectrum Wayne Messam, mayor of a mid-sized city in Florida, only raised around $84,000 dollars. Julián Castro, Obama’s former secretary of Housing, raised just over a million dollars, while Marianne Williamson, Opera’s spiritual advisor, put up $1.5 million.

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Cybersecurity and IoT: What Government Should Know

Infographic | March 25, 2020

There are 20.4 billion “things” – devices, sensors, buildings, vehicles and more – projected to be connected to the internet by 2020. At the same time, government agencies are a growing target for cyberattacks. This begs the question: Is government prepared to protect the deluge of data that comes with the Internet of Things (IoT)? Download this infographic to learn more about the impact of IoT and best practices to prepare for it.

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Securing Your Government Data in the Cloud

Infographic | February 12, 2020

It’s no surprise that you have concerns about the privacy and security of your sensitive Intellectual Property (IP) in the cloud. In 2018, more data was stolen than ever before, with a total of 4.5 billion records compromised in the first half of the year alone.

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Election Security 2020: How to Protect Election Data and Voter Information

Infographic | February 11, 2020

Voters provide the foundation for the nation’s election system, not just in their actions, but in their names, addresses and Social Security numbers — information that is tempting bait for malicious actors who want to affect an election’s outcome. Secretaries of state and local boards of election attempt to protect their voter databases as closely as possible, even as they must keep that information accessible to temporary poll workers, election officials and state officials who need it to do their jobs.

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Government Spending: Public-to-Private Where the 2020 Budget Is Going to Be Spent Infographic

Infographic | December 16, 2019

Everyone knows that government spending involves staggering sums of money. Most would be shocked, however, to learn how much public money makes its way to the private sector. The expansive public-private relationship continues to grow. The White House has released the 2020 budget proposal, and a huge sums of money will continue to flow to private companies.

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HOW CAN GOVERNMENT GAIN THE TRUST OF ITS CITIZENS?

Infographic | January 7, 2020

Sarah needs a safe and affordable apartment closer to her new job. She used to dread going to the Housing Authority. She hated waiting in line and being treated like a number. But she knows that her government understands her needs. Sarah expects more from her government—and her government delivers.

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Taming the IoT Frontier a Federal Framework for Securing the Internet of Things

Infographic | February 5, 2020

Is the rate at which agencies adopt the Internet of Things (IoT) outpacing their ability to secure their devices? Government Business Council (GBC) conducted an in-depth research study in January 2017, collecting the perspectives of government decision makers about the security of data at the edge.

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