Steve Blank teaches Hacking for Defense, a new course at Stanford University that links students with defense agencies to promote innovation in engineering.
Shaun Khalfan, Customs and Border Protection’s chief security officer, discussed the agency’s comprehensive cybersecurity strategy, from managing data to educating users.
The Homeland Security Department’s National Cybersecurity and Communications Integration Center analyzes information to help give other federal, state and local officials a clearer picture of real and potential threats.
Federal leaders in cybersecurity are finding themselves in the position of trying to guess what the next big thing is going to be and how to prepare for it.
Federal agencies are experimenting with different ways of incorporating mobile data into their missions: some are trying to protect citizens’ data, while others are recruiting volunteers to collect and share more.
Jacob Parcell and his Mobile Gov Community of Practice help agencies test mobile apps and websites on various devices, promote code sharing, and inform mobility policy.
The Homeland Security Department created a how-to guide for mobile apps for developers, business owners and others to help overcome some common challenges when moving toward a digital government.
The Navy is developing a new cybersecurity testing system that will virtually link all the connected systems that would exist on an actual ship for testing. The project — called USS Secure — is an effort on the part of 28 shipbuilders to produce a cybersafe warship.
Mark Schwartz, CIO of Citizenship and Immigration Services, pioneers new approaches to agile development.
Whether or not you are a fan of FITARA, it’s hard to disagree that agencies should embrace modernization. Although requests for information and proposals should be the starting point for that transformation, they have become a shelter for the status quo — a place where innovation goes to die.
The Air Force and FBI are adapting their approaches to enterprise IT to become more agile.
As agencies continue moving to the cloud, what’s the state of the migration in government today, and what opportunities and challenges remain? Those questions and many others were answered during the panel discussion, “Cloud in Government: Promise and Practice”.
An Interview with Richard Zulewski, Solution Architect, BAE Systems Intelligence & Security (I&S) Sector