Security is a non-negotiable when it comes to working in the public sector.
Government agencies and contractors are trusted with sensitive data every day, and must balance protection of that data with the need to leverage that data for innovation.
Using solutions that are secure by default is critical for public sector organizations, particularly in light of recent comments by Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency Director Jen Easterly.
“We have to have [multi factor authentication] by default. We can't charge extra for security logging and [single sign-on],” Easterly said. “We need to ensure that we're coming together to really protect the technology ecosystem instead of putting the burden on those least able to defend themselves.”
MongoDB Atlas for Government (US) ensures government agencies can modernize without compromising on data security. In this session, data security experts will break down:
- Atlas for Government’s new FedRAMP Moderate Authorization
- Key built-in security features including field-level encryption, role-based access management, network isolation, and more
- Strategies for modernizing while keeping data secure