The intelligence community expects information warfare to be the next big disrupter as the cyber domain becomes more contested, and industry becomes part of the national security attack surface.
In the video interview moderated by Federal News Network’s Tom Temin, Sean Connelly of the Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency and Air Force Brigadier General Chad Raduege, the cyberspace and information dominance director at the Air Combat Command, talk about how to gain trust, the data and workflows required, and the organizational constructs that best foster trust.
John Harrison, senior cyber security solutions architect at Criterion joins host John Gilroy on this week's Federal Tech Talk to discuss the cybersecurity challenges that federal IT officials face during the Covid-19 pandemic.
This program provides a progress report on big data analytics in government.
The rapid payout program spawned by the government's coronavirus response legislation has sharpened an old problem. A small but persistent percentage of Americans entitled to various benefits programs don't have bank accounts.
This week on Federal Tech Talk, George Freeman, a solutions consultant at LexisNexis Risk Solutions, joins host John Gilroy to explain how his company can help federal agencies protect their data from fraud during the Covid-19 pandemic.
Mark Munsell, the NGA chief technology officer, said industry, particularly non-traditional companies, should use the tech focus and technology strategy documents as guides for how to help that agency overcome long-standing challenges.
This week on Federal Tech Talk, Kevin Coppins, president and chief executive officer at Spirion, joins host John Gilroy to discuss how the Covid-19 pandemic has impacted data management and data security in the federal government.
This week on Federal Tech Talk, John Cofrancesco, vice president at Acuity Systems, joins host John Gilroy to discuss why data based decision making is important in the federal government.
Data is one of the government's strategic assets. But Big Data can get too big, and now data leaders have been talking about data downsizing.
IRS staff members knew ahead of time that some of the individual payments for pandemic relief would go to the deceased because of how timely vital records data comes in from Social Security.
The CIO Council released a new guide developed by the Federal Technology Investment Management community of practice and the General Services Administration’s Office of Governmentwide Policy, called Meeting IT Priorities with Technology Business Management.
Having the right foundation in place will set data-driven projects up for success and put agencies in the position to solve highly complex problems and achieve the goals laid out for them.
Srinivas Kosaraju, the senior director of public sector at Tableau, said data can provide the information, the transparency and the trust that many citizens are looking for these days.