The Air Force is trying to take some of its cyber deception methods to new limits as the service doubles down on its cyber priorities.
As acting Office of Personnel Management Director Beth Cobert looks back on her tenure at the agency, she’s confident that federal employees should feel more comfortable in OPM’s ability to protect their data.
The newest edition of the National Association of Corporate Directors’ Cyber-Risk Oversight handbook advises private sector managers and boards of directors to think about cybersecurity at both the front and back ends, and use available government resources.
According to cybersecurity firm TrapX, cyber attacks on health care organizations rose 39 percent last year with 93 major incidents. And a big way in is through unprotected medical device. Federal Drive with Tom Temin asks Anthony James, vice president of marketing at TRAPX Security, how vulnerable is the Veterans Affairs Department or TRICARE?
Federal News Radio Custom Media Director Jason Fornicola recently hosted executives from Booz Allen Hamilton on “Perspectives on Cybersecurity” to discuss critical cyber issues facing both the commercial and public sectors. Participants included Angie Messer, leader of Booz Allen’s cybersecurity business, as well as Trish Goforth and Alexandra Heckler, also with Booz Allen’s cybersecurity business.
The Air Force is standing up a new, full-time office dedicated to protecting its weapons systems from cyber attacks.
Sicher Consulting president Alex Grohmann, Deloitte’s John Dyson and Think Forward Consulting president Brian Gay join host John Gilroy on this week’s Federal Tech Talk to discuss how to improve the cybersecurity framework for the federal government. January 10, 2017
The Defense Department is already acting on some of the 11 recommendations the Defense Innovation Board approved Jan. 9.
DataTribe, a new incubator based in Silicon Valley and Maryland, wants to invest in entrepreneurs who are currently working in government.
Cybersecurity and artificial intelligence small businesses in the greater Washington region will likely see an injection of federal funding in the coming year.
Multiple industry sources confirmed that the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Service (USCIS) will not to take part in the pilot test that was expected to begin in 2017. That decision comes as GSA’s 18F awards Equifax a contract for identity proofing and fraud detection.
The Office of Management and Budget issued two more memos, focusing on personal data breach response requirements and industry and vendor communications.
NASA SEWP Program Manager Joanne Woytek and Allen Federal President Larry Allen join host Mark Amtower on this week’s Amtower Off Center to discuss SEWP activity in 2016 and how GWACs help CIOs with FITARA. January 9, 2017
A US intelligence report says Russian President Vladimir Putin ordered a hidden campaign to influence America’s presidential election in favor of Donald Trump over Hillary Clinton
Tony Scott, the federal chief information officer, said in an exit interview that the update to Circular A-130 and the Federal IT Acquisition Reform Act (FITARA) are among the most significant accomplishments during his almost two-year tenure, which will end Jan. 17.