John Peluso, chief product officer at AvePoint, joins host John Gilroy on this week's Federal Tech Talk to discuss experiences his company has had with several agencies when they wanted to make a transition to the Microsoft cloud.
The legislation would grant limited immunity to give companies an incentive to report, and require these disclosures to anonymize personally identifiable information. Warner said these disclosures would provide an “early warning system” across government and private-sector owners of critical infrastructure.
Several years ago, EPA CIO Vaughn Noga and his team established a set of “wildly important goals” which he said have strengthened since the pandemic.
Kevin Walsh, a director on the Government Accountability Office's IT and cybersecurity team, had the latest on GAO's High Risk List on Federal Drive with Tom Temin.
Isaac Kohen, the vice president of research and development at Teramind, offers advice about how to ensure agencies and their employees maintain cybersecurity whether at home or in the office.
The Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency required agencies to take action against a major problem with the virtual private network software from Pulse Secure.
The Federal Communications Commission is taking further steps to prohibit blacklisted Chinese IT vendors from doing business with U.S. telecommunications providers.
Congress has given DoD several tools to recruit and hire employees with cyber expertise. Recent statistics appear to show the Pentagon is beginning to take advantage of those authorities.
The Small Business Administration utilized its public affairs office to take on the threat of emergency loan frauds on social media platforms.
The Biden administration has mostly filled out the top cybersecurity positions. For what should happen next, New York Congressman John Katko.
Bill Moore, the CEO and founder of XONA, offers some tips for how agencies can better secure operational technology along with IT.
In today's Federal Newscast, the Energy Department and the Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency are leading a new 100-day effort to improve the cybersecurity of the electric infrastructure.
For the Air Force’s enterprise IT and cyber infrastructure division, connecting airmen and guardians with the data they need along the entire transactional path, to do their mission, is the focus.
President Biden must act swiftly to revolutionize our national cybersecurity, not just through offensive tactics, but rather the preventative ‘containment strategies’ of the first Cold War.