In May, DHS awarded its new CDM dashboard contract which was intended to bring better scalability, performance, visualization and analytics to agencies.
Renee Wynn, the NASA chief information officer, is retiring after about 30 years in government and is leaving the space agency on track to fix long-standing IT governance challenges.
With seemingly everyone teleworking, the only way people can meet is through some awkward application or another. Teleconferencing can also mean fresh cybersecurity challenges.
The Defense Department signed its agreement with the CMMC Accreditation Board, kicking off the training for third-party assessors and the release of the necessary documents to help vendors prepare to meet the standards.
If nothing else, the long-running Huawei situation shows the importance of considering the supply chain when it comes to cybersecurity.
The Defense Health Agency looks to collapse multiple legacy health IT networks used by military hospitals and clinics into a single modern network.
Nebraska’s CIO Ed Toner uses a unique centralized risk mitigation and compliance team comprised of former agency personnel from compliance, cyber, security privacy and related fields.
Aside from technical issues like capacity, federal IT and cybersecurity officials say management and workplace culture issues remain a persistent challenge in maintaining regular operations through telework.
Although the exact definitions of zero trust may vary, for the 16th Air Force that means breaking traditional relationships.
In today’s Federal Newscast, a huddle between agencies may yield new cybersecurity guidance for teleworking federal employees.
The Office Management and Budget released FAQs for agencies and contractors to deal with coronavirus while DoD released a memo detailing what essential vendors mean for them.
In today’s Federal Newscast, with more federal employees working from home due to the Coronavirus pandemic, the National Institute of Standards and Technology gives advice on how to keep virtual meetings secure.
Former federal cybersecurity officials warn that this extraordinary volume of employees working from home over an indeterminate amount of time has put a unique stress test on federal IT systems.