Tim Gilday, a principal of technology acceleration at CSRA, makes the case for why agencies should figure out where this new security technology could work.
On this episode of CyberChat, host Sean Kelley, former EPA CISO and former Veterans Affairs Department deputy CIO, explores the challenges and techniques organizations can utilize during crisis management.
Robin Camarote and Chris Cairns make the case for how agencies can get more value out of their consulting contracts.
Doug Taylor, a program director for HighPoint Global, describes the factors agencies should consider when modernizing citizen services.
Jeff Neal, former CHCO at the Homeland Security Department, says there are many reasons for the lack of employee and hiring manager confidence in promotion programs.
Jason Zann, vice president and head of platform for RiskIQ, makes the case for agencies to use automation to discover and protect their systems and data.
On this episode of CyberChat, host Sean Kelley, former EPA CISO and former VA deputy CIO, spoke with Rep. Will Hurd (R-Texas) about initiatives to modernize the federal cybersecurity space.
If you work in government, are you a good bureaucrat or a bad bureaucrat? If not, do you use ‘bureaucrat’ as a term of derision? Or do you accept that there are both good and bad bureaucrats?
Eric Trexler, the executive director of national security and civilian programs for McAfee, explains why machine learning is the fastest way to identify attacks and mitigate their impact.
Roger Waldron is the president of the Coalition for Government Procurement, examines the impact of OMB Circular, Implementing Category Management for Common Goods and Services.
Critics say burrowing is not based on merit, and is a way for an administration to leave its sympathizers in place for years after it is gone.
William R. Evanina, director of the National Counterintelligence and Security Center, calls for greater awareness of and response to cyber vulnerabilities.
Dealing with problem employees can help productivity and morale, and it can be done without extreme changes to the structure of the civil service.
John Cassara, a retired Treasury agent, makes the case why stopping the illegal cigarette trade would benefit national security.