What is open source and how is it being used in the federal government? Find out when Corelight CEO Greg Bell joins host John Gilroy on this week’s Federal Tech Talk. June 19, 2018
Megan Brown of Wiley Rein gave her take on why the Senate should confirm Brian Benczkowski as head of the Department of Justice’s criminal division.
Old, reliable botnets continue to plague information networks around the world. Yet tools to mitigate botnets often go unused.
The Interior Department’s IG reported two of the nation’s largest hydropower dams are at risk from insider threats.
If you’re posting on Facebook or Twitter about the IRS taking too long to send your federal tax refund check, or grumbling about long wait times on tax help hotlines, there’s a good chance the agency is listening.
Kevin Cox, the program manager for the continuous diagnostics and mitigation program, said ongoing assessments and mobile security are among the top priorities for 2018 and beyond.
The National Taxpayer Advocate said low-income Americans are still being targeted by IRS debt collectors in 4,100 cases, despite the group’s year-old recommendation to stop the practice.
Wayne Jones, the chief information officer at the NNSA, said he is taking a hybrid approach to modernizing systems and applications.
Telos Corporation CEO John Wood joins host John Gilroy on this week’s Federal Tech Talk to discuss IT security and how his company can help federal agencies make a secure transition to the cloud. June 12, 2018
Former Defense Secretary Carter Ash has shot down proposals suggesting the creation of a sixth military service devoted to space.
In today’s Federal Newscast, the Justice Department says a former Defense Intelligence Officer received at least $800,000 to act as an agent of China.
The Defense Department says it could cost a quarter of a billion dollars to make facilities secure and that’s a conservative estimate.
Tom Ruff, the vice president of public sector for Akamai, makes the case for more funding, education and the managing of bots.
The National Institute of Standards and Technology has launched a program to come up with lightweight algorithms that could run on any device.