Gartner Lcap Report
Organizations are increasingly adopting LCAPs to enable fusion team development with IT and business to quickly deliver new solutions and modernize business capabilities. Applications and software engineering leaders should use this research to compare and contrast leading vendors in the global market.
Why Modern Identity Authentication Is Key To Fighting Fraud
Advanced identity authentication technologies are giving public agencies powerful tools to fight fraud and streamline the experience of applying for government benefits. It can’t happen soon enough. The fallout from COVID-19 protections exposed widespread weaknesses in automated systems for disbursing government money across the United States.
How Modern Identity Platforms Help States Stop Fraudulent Claims
As state and local agencies continue to make critical investments to digitize citizen services, they’re also having to devote greater attention to mitigating the increasing rate of fraud. From unemployment insurance to rental and food assistance programs, and various other public welfare programs, fraudulent claims pose a growing burden on the ability of state governments to serve their most vulnerable constituents.
Der Total Economic Impact™ Der Intel VPro® Plattform:Mittelständische Unternehmen Im Fokus
Die Intel vPro® Plattform bildet die Grundlage für Business-Laptops und -Desktops, die Mitarbeitern von ihren Arbeitgebern bereitgestellt werden. Die Intel vPro® Plattform umfasst schnelle Intel® Core™ vPro® Prozessoren mit integrierten hardwarebasierten Sicherheitsmechanismen wie dem Intel® Hardware Shield, hochentwickelte Wireless-Fähigkeiten und schnelle Datenübertragung durch Thunderbolt™- Technologie.
Beyond Cybersecurity: Combating Threats Against The Retail Industry
Enterprise organizations, their reputations, and their employees are increasingly under attack from a wide variety of threat actors. It is the job of intelligence professionals to identify threats, ensure safety and steer their organizations away from trouble. A recent survey of 94 private-sector intelligence professionals revealed that their positions were often created in response to a specific, realized “threat or crisis.”