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Opinion: Data Fabrics Will Help Federal Agencies Deal With Growing Amount of Data

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Opinion: Data Fabrics Will Help Federal Agencies Deal With Growing Amount of Data

An innovative approach, such as using data fabrics, can help sift valuable data to enable the federal government to obtain information rapidly while maintaining accuracy, according to Pragyansmita Nayak, chief data scientist at Hitachi Vantara Federal.

In an opinion piece, Nayak listed three advantages offered by data fabrics to federal agencies: enabling decision intelligence, operational agility and robust data governance and stringent security protocols.

Data fabrics are also expected to democratize access to information, allowing greater collaboration among other government offices and stakeholders, Nayak, a 4×24 member, wrote in an opinion piece that the Federal Times published.

The inventive solution offers several benefits to government organizations as it offers integration of various data pipelines and cloud platforms with the use of intelligence and automated systems.

Various federal agencies have been ensuring the security and integrity of data. The National Security Agency is among those organizations working to improve data security. It recently issued a cybersecurity information sheet recommending the use of zero trust pillars to safeguard data at rest and in transit.

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