A long serving chief information officer at both the EPA and NASA, Renee Wynn recently retired. But she's hardly out of the picture. Among her post-federal pursuits, she has become a fellow at the National Academy of Public Administration.
Senate lawmakers want to add $40 million to the continuous diagnostics and mitigation (CDM) program in fiscal 2021 for a total of $325 million.
Defense contractors are or should be busy putting together self-assessments of their cybersecurity. Under the Cybersecurity Maturity Model Certification program, those self-assessments are due at the end of the month.
Having just finished a multi-year revision of what you might call the bible of cybersecurity controls, there's something new. The National Institute of Standards and Technology cybersecurity crew has a new, companion guide.
Now is the time to prepare for the complex transition to post-quantum algorithms well before the advent of a quantum computer.
Bryan Ware, the assistant director of the cybersecurity division at CISA, resigned on Thursday and CISA Director Chris Krebs may be next on the chopping block.
Being prepared for the next conflict is a guessing game for the military. They make preparations but those are rarely ever enough. What really counts is their ability to adapt.
This week on Federal Tech Talk, Arash Rahnama, head of Applied AI Research at Modzy, joins host John Gilroy to talk about artificial intelligence, data security, data filtering, and federal IT.
The future of connectivity is 5G, and CISA wants to ensure that the federal government and its many partners are as secure as possible when it comes.
Third party risk management has never been easy for government. The problem is volume; there are just too many third parties to manage. And now, due to COVID, the employees of those third parties aren’t even on the same network anymore.
Contractors should get ready for a busy holiday season with final solicitations expected to come from DISA, NIH and DHS for mega-contracts.
Jennifer Felix, president and CEO at ASRC Federal, joins host John Gilroy on this week's Federal Tech Talk to discuss how her company is helping federal agencies with their IT services during the Covid-19 pandemic.
Jeff Kleck, the director of the cyber portfolio for the Defense Innovation Unit at the Defense Department, said the organization and the Air Force are testing out three software tools using advanced technologies to sort through cyber threats.
Lt. Gen. John Morrison Jr., the deputy chief of staff, G-6, said his office reached initial operating capability in the first two months since the secretary split the CIO and G6.