DHS is working to protect against attacks on global positioning systems. Science and Technology Directorate technical manager Ernest Wong spoke to Federal Drive about how.
Matt Bradley, vice president of Global Security Solutions at On Solve, joins host John Gilroy on this week's Federal Tech Talk to discuss how a new stack of products from OnSolve can help federal IT professionals reach their goals for 2021 and beyond.
The National Security Commission on Artificial Intelligence is warning that the federal government, at all levels, doesn't have the workforce it needs to stay on top of this emerging technology.
Cybersecurity teaching will take place right alongside mechanical and many other types of engineering at a planned new facility at the U.S. Military Academy at West Point.
House Appropriations Subcommittee on Homeland Security members questioned CISA leaders about plans to improve federal cybersecurity efforts.
During a virtual workshop with DoD tech leaders, Deputy CIO for Cybersecurity and Senior Information Security Officer Dave McKeown stressed accountability for preserving cyber readiness.
From a security perspective, the deployment of new equipment, software and virtualized technology to manage communications networks and carrying over some legacy systems are important.
In today's Federal Newscast, any agency wanting a brand new website will have to go through a new provider.
CISA says exploitation of verified credentials in the SolarWinds breach should be cause for alarm and give rise to tighter identity controls in the federal government.
So far in the big stimulus bill, contractors got an extension of section 3610, which gives them a sort of ongoing protection from the pandemic.
For DoD, the cloud is about one thing: Improving capability delivery to warfighters, and doing it more quickly and more securely.
In today's Federal Newscast, the Department of Homeland Security is asking for feedback from vendors on how it should pay in-demand cybersecurity experts.
The Senate approved $650 million for agency cybersecurity upgrades, and another $350 million for the U.S. Digital Service and the Federal Citizen Services Fund to address workforce and other modernization needs.
This week on Federal Tech Talk, Will LaForest, public sector CTO at Confluent joins host John Gilroy to discuss federal use cases that apply the event streaming platform Apache Kafka and how it fits into the federal data strategy.