Nancy Pate, general manager, Public Sector and Danny Holloway, Public Sector Field chief technology officer at Immuta, join host John Gilroy on this week's Federal Tech Talk to share methods to overcome some of the typical access-control issues inherent in applying zero trust principles to enterprise-level applications and data.
Kurt Greening, Leader Public Sector, Public Cloud, Palo Alto Networks, joined host John Gilroy on this week's Federal Tech Talk to discuss how his company's innovations are helping federal IT officials protect their data from cyber attacks.
DARPA has launched a program to develop defenses against that possibility. It's called Guaranteeing AI Robustness against Deception, or GARD.
ThreatLocker CEO and co-founder Danny Jenkins joined host John Gilroy on this week's Federal Tech Talk to discuss cybersecurity. zero trust software, and issues brought up by the Log4j cyber attack.
The agency is also looking to take better advantage of an “explosion” in commercial earth data.
Artificial intelligence is growing fast as a technology to help companies hire the people they need faster. But it also has the potential to introduce bias on a record scale.
The Office of Science and Technology Policy is asking the public to weigh-in on the development of biometric principals. For what's at stake, Federal Drive with Tom Temin talked with attorney Duane Pozza.
Mark Schwartz, an enterprise strategist at Amazon Web Services, said public and private sector organizations like are responding to the pace of change, which between the pandemic, cloud services and the similar technologies has increased over the last few years.
NSF's financial staff developed an artificial intelligence application called the Financial Obligation Root Cause Explorer, or FORCE. It won the innovation award from the Association of Government Accountants.
Deputy Comptroller for Enterprise Data and Business Performance Gregory Little considers this the right time to be in DoD financial management as staff are transitioning from scorekeeper roles to ones of more strategic value-added business partners.
As more employers add artificial intelligence to their technology stacks, AI has the potential for misuse, or even for introducing unlawful bias all by itself.
Michael Speca, president of Ardalyst, joins host John Gilroy on this week's Federal Tech Talk to give us an update on the CMMC initiative from the Department of Defense.
Recently the Defense Innovation Unit issued what it calls responsible AI guidelines.
The plan would create the new position of Chief Digital and Artificial Intelligence officer starting next February, bringing together three of the Office of the Secretary of Defense's existing tech organizations.