Air Force Materiel Command is looking at all of its position descriptions, written before COVID-19, to determine if they're more conducive to telework than originally thought.
In today's Federal Newscast: Special Counsel Henry Kerner said the Hatch Act does not apply to Trump and Pence, the Post Office lost $1 billion dollars last month and a missing Fort Hood soldier is found dead.
The Air Force believes it's created a successful proof-of-concept that would let airmen access military networks via their own devices, and is ready to start large-scale testing.
As the government looks forward to a future where operations are restored to normal – whatever that may look like – it will be important for agencies to prioritize.
Mia Jordan, the CIO at the Agriculture Department’s Rural Development bureau, is leaving after 10 years to become the CIO at the Education Department’s Federal Student Aid Office.
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 program provides a progress report on cybersecurity strategies in government.
Government leaders must focus more on data-driven network visibility as an IT investment priority. By seeing what is happening within their networks at all times, they will know when threat actors are “casing the house” and stop them before they can trigger a significant incident.
Brian Harrell, the assistant director for infrastructure security, is leaving the agency after 21 months at CISA. Steve Harris, the deputy assistant director, will take over on an interim basis.
While 5G could have major implications for the economy, intelligence and cybersecurity agency officials warn that moving more core functions to the edge of networks could create a larger attack surface for adversaries.
Grant Schneider, the federal chief information security officer, is leaving federal service after almost 28 years, including the last two in his current role.
Guy Cavallo, the SBA deputy chief information officer, will become the principal deputy CIO at OPM starting on Sept. 14.
Five of 10 agencies responded to Sen. Maggie Hassan’s (D-N.H.) request for details and plans for how they will modernize outdated systems and what Congress can do to help.
While the security benefits of zero-trust architectures are well-known, less recognized is the extra value that zero-trust architectures can create.