Grant Schneider, the acting federal chief information security officer, said shared services for cybersecurity can help address the workforce shortage.
New research from IBM and the Partnership for Public Service shows artificial intelligence is starting to become a reality in the federal government.
The Veterans Affairs Department is upgrading its infrastructure and beginning data migration to prepare for its upcoming implementation of a new electronic health record that’s interoperable with the Defense Department.
The Defense Department is experimenting with biometrics to control physical access, while improving the technology’s accuracy and increasing mobility.
DevOps is a proven route to modernizing of legacy applications and for developing them in a way that’s they’re natively cloud deployable.
Mike Hermus and Jeanne Etzel are leaving as the Homeland Security Department’s CTO and senior IT adviser, respectively.
Pete Tseronis, founder and CEO of Dots and Bridges LLC, joins host John Gilroy to discuss the Modernization Government Technology Act and innovation in the federal space. January 16, 2018
Now contractors are asking what their obligations are this year, and the Defense Department is even going to verify compliance.
The Domain-Based Message Authentication, Reporting and Conformance standard (DMARC) is designed to lower the risk of phishing attacks.
Rob Palmer, who left DHS late last year and now is an executive vice president and CTO of ShorePoint, said lessons during his decade in government will help shape his private sector career.
Three years after coming into existence, the cyber defense arm of U.S. Cyber Command says it will reach phase one of an order aimed at shoring up vulnerabilities across the Defense Department this spring.