The focus may be about to turn from whether its supply chains are cyber secure to how reliant contractors are on foreign sources of supply.
The Department of Veterans Affairs has identified 46,000 veterans as potential victims of a recent cybersecurity breach involving one of its online applications.
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.
Agencies early in the coronavirus pandemic scrambled to scale up their IT infrastructure to handle mandatory telework and enable secure access to networks remotely.
Federal contractors have sensed a certain sluggishness in the government's pace of awarding contracts during the pandemic. Now, a review of this phenomenon finds it's more pronounced in the intelligence community.
The President Management Fellows (PMF) Program is planning to offer its upcoming class the chance to take a cybersecurity aptitude and attitude test, with the goal placing high-potential finalists in program analyst positions at participating agencies.
Education Department CISO Steven Hernandez said the council wanted to plan for the next five to 10 years of agency network priorities and how to prepare for an emergency.
The Federal Acquisition Security Council detailed two processes in a new interim rule for addressing supply chain risks as required by the Federal Acquisition Supply Chain Security Act of 2018.
Manav Mital, computer scientist and cofounder of the cybersecurity firm Cyral Inc., explains why data-layer security would help agencies better protect their high value assets.
The ability and skill in staying cyber safe varies widely across state and local governments. That's the finding of a detailed study by BlueVoyant.
OMB released the final vulnerability disclosure policy (VDP) and DHS published the related binding operational directive and implementation guidance so agencies can get started with developing these tools by March 2021.
GAO's Director of Information Technology and Cybersecurity Issues Vijay D'Souza had more information on Federal Drive with Tom Temin.
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.
Federal Chief Information Security Office Grant Schneider left federal service after 27 years, including the last six at OMB, and is credited for accomplishing National Action Plan, the Cybersecurity Sprint, and may other policy improved federal efforts.