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Now that turning back time is no longer a viable option, agencies need to move a data protection model that’s built around a single source of truth, recommends Rubrik’s Aaron Lewis. We talk to him during our Industry Exchange Cyber.
Federal News Network Executive Editor Jason Miller takes a look back at the key procurement events and trends of 2022, and what's ahead in 2023.
The CISO at CMS is pushing cybersecurity professionals to hone their "soft skills."
Despite direct investments into remote work, cybersecurity and digital infrastructure, the federal government still faces challenges in recruiting and retaining a qualified IT workforce.
In today's Federal Newscast: The Defense Department wants to declassify more intelligence to enhance private-sector cybersecurity. GSA is taking new steps to make sure the software it uses is secure. And Janet Yellen says not to fret over your retirement money. It'll be there.
The Federal Trade Commission has proposed a rule to ban non-compete employee contractors. Federal services contractors are decidedly not of one mind on this issue.
Robert Wood, the CMS chief information security officer, said the agency went from contract award for their DevSecOps platform, called the BatCave, to production in less than a year.
During this webinar, you will learn how top defense and homeland IT security officials from the Department of Defense Information Network, U.S. Army Cyber Command and Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency are implementing new strategies and solutions around cybersecurity.
A modern CIO manages the company’s information technology strategy and how it supports the enterprise as a whole.
In today's Federal Newscast: The GAO is once again sounding the alarm on federal cybersecurity efforts. The Veterans Affairs Department is weeks away from taking its next step to modernize its supply chain systems. And OPM is hiring a chief learning officer.
Federal organizations like the Defense Department and agencies in the intelligence community manage large volumes of highly sensitive information. To protect that data, they operate classified networks that must meet specific cybersecurity guidelines.
In the last year, the Cybersecurity & Infrastructure Security Agency and executive orders from the Biden administration have assigned various new security mandates focused on zero trust.
Officials are concerned about adversaries targeting unclassified data and the employees who work with it.
The new year brought the opening of a new office at the State Department. It's called the Special Envoy for Critical and Emerging Technology. It has a list of responsibilities.
Weekly interviews with federal agency chief information officers about the latest directives, challenges and successes. Follow Jason on Twitter. Subscribe on Apple Podcasts or Podcast One.