Both the CUI and NIST SP 800-171 programs are designed to standardized how government agencies (federal or nonfederal) manage and protect unclassified information – but ensuring compliance can be tricky. Read this solution brief to see how Titus is helping contractors comply with each of these requirements.
Check out this compendium of case studies to see 7 shining examples of everyday IT admin heroes as they use Pure Storage to help their organizations simplify and transform operations for mission-critical databases, virtualized environments, and analytics with all-flash and NVMe.
The Cybersecurity Maturity Model Certification (CMMC) is a new cybersecurity requirement for DoD contractors and subcontractors designed to protect the handling of Federal Contract Information (FCI) and Controlled Unclassified Information (CUI). But what does the CMMC entail, and when will it come into effect? Read on to find out.
The Controlled Unclassified Information (CUI) program was implemented to standardize how government agencies safeguard unclassified information – however the program can be complex and time-consuming. Read this solution brief to learn about how Titus is helping agencies reduce the time and stress of a CUI program.
This article briefly describes the procurement challenges and then jumps into advising government cloud service purchasers on the positives and negatives of security in the cloud, and how to manage their potential vendors' security risks. Read on to learn more.
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This white paper highlights the benefits of scale-out NAS solution from EMC that can keep up with exponential data growth, increased regulations and compliance mandates. This solution provides the flexibility and availability that traditional storage approaches can't provide.
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