Always be recruiting. That’s the advice Melinda Rogers, deputy chief information officer at the Justice Department, has for anyone trying to maintain a cybersecurity staff.
Gordon Bitko, the chief information officer of the FBI, said the bureau is relaying on a combination of tools, training and shared services to better manage data.
In today’s Federal Newscast, TIGTA found the IRS doesn’t always follow its own procedures for reviewing and adjudicating cases of missed filings or under-reported income.
Roger Waldron says growing risks associated with cyber, supply chain integrity and counterfeit products must push the government to evolve its response effort.
In today’s Federal Newscast, all signs point to federal employees’ paychecks looking a little larger by early next week.
Building zero trust into agencies’ networks is on several IT modernization to-do lists through the federal government. But the term is so broad that it can often be misunderstood.
The CIO Council came up with funding to add five more students to the new effort to retrain non IT workers with cybersecurity skills.
In today’s Federal Newscast, the personal information of hundreds of federal agents and police officers appears to have been stolen from websites affiliated with alumni of the FBI’s National Academy.
Larry Hale from the Office of IT Category Management discusses what’s new in cybersecurity and what Schedule 70 will do for the industry.
A hacker group has posted online the personal information of hundreds of federal agents and police offers apparently stolen from websites affiliated with alumni of the FBI’s National Academy
Despite a proposed nearly $700 million budget decrease and several consolidations, the Justice Department wants more FTEs in fiscal 2020.
Mark Groman, former senior White House advisor for privacy, tells CyberChat he believes incentives for data security have so far been wrong
Sound decision making, including federal, is supposed to take evidence based on data into account. The Data Coalition has a new CEO: Nick Hart
The Government Accountability Office achieved its optimal workforce capacity this year, but it’s still having trouble keeping up with lawmaker requests around new technologies and cybersecurity.