Maximizing the U.S. Government Configuration Baseline for Global Mission Support

Guest Speaker - Scott
Scott Drucker
Systems Engineer

Tuesday, December 3, 2:00pm ET / 11:00am PT
Audience: Intelligence agency IT managers, IT Professionals concerned with data security
Duration: 1 hour

Are you faced with the potential risk of hackers on government computer systems?

The USGCB, an update to the Federal Desktop Core Configuration (FDCC), creates a security configuration baseline to build a strong federal IT desktop infrastructure and minimize the exploitation risk by hackers on government computer systems.

In this webcast we will discuss new strategies to reduce the overall energy and real estate footprint of desktop workstations (FDCCI) as well as how to meet specific intelligence agency requirements including: cybersecurity, collaboration, and mobile information access.

Attend this educational webinar to see the latest COTS tools to improve desktop security, virtualize hardware, meet Green IT initiatives, and learn new strategies to:

  • Securely view and manage numerous imagery library databases
  • Increase hardware utilization to 1:4 for reduced per-user cost
  • Increase collaboration for easily generate multi-layer geospatial-intelligence products
  • Readily provide meaningful intelligence to remote policy makers

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Presenter's Bio

Scott Drucker, Systems Engineer, Teradici

Scott joined Teradici in September 2013 after 3 ½ years at VMware working with federal systems integrators and public sector accounts. At VMware, Mr. Drucker was responsible for cloud business as well as end-user computing, with a focus on Horizon and Application Virtualization. Prior to that, Scott spent 7 years product managing the end user desktop as well as application usage metering for Scalable Software. In his current role at Teradici, Scott is responsible for supporting sales of Teradici secure workstation and virtualization solutions to the Federal government.