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Government in technology: Big brother or big bother?

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Published on Mar 20, 2014

http://www.hp.com/go/discoverperformance

Join us for episode 8 of Discover Performance Weekly where we ask "What is the role of government in technology?" HP Software evangelist and VP of Strategic Marketing, Paul Muller (@xthestreams), leads a discussion with information security experts:
- Jerry Gamblin (@jgamblin) - Network Security Advisor, State of Missouri
- Rob Roy - Federal CTO, HP Enterprise Security Products
- Rafal Los (@wh1t3rabbit) - Principal, HP Enterprise Security Services


In this episode, you will hear the group discuss topics like:
- Key points in the debate of public and private sectors (1:45)
- E-government benefits (3:30)
- Challenges of identification and security (6:20)
- Single sign-on for government resources (10:15)
- Opportunity for a public/private partnership (14:00)
- Data anonymity and privacy (16:00)

This week's tips of the week (20:00) covered:
- Rafal - Stay connected with the news and with peers -- http://www.twitter.com/wh1t3rabbit
- Jerry --Master list of all Security events and conferences -- http://www.SECore.info
- NIST - Global Cyber Framework -- http://www.nist.gov/cyberframework/up...
- HP Government Summit -- Visit http://www.hpSoftwareGovSummit.com to learn more about the event on April 2, in Washington D.C. to meet with 500+ government customers including top C-level professionals from agencies like the FBI, DHS, GSA and more. This exclusive event is complimentary to all government employees (it's FREE!)

To receive the Discover Performance eZine directly to your email, please subscribe here: http://hpsw.co/Xa53LtD

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