Eric Olson, the former Treasury Department chief information officer, said the agency moved key systems to highly secured cloud services over the last four years.
Senior officials supported fines for companies that don't comply with proposed cyber reporting regulations.
Even though President Joe Biden reversed many of the policies of his predecessor Donald Trump, there's one thing the administration has held on to, much to the chagrin of Congress.
This exclusive e-book highlights what a few federal agencies are doing to tackle data security challenges and improve their cyber data posture.
For the past year, the Defense Department has been piloting “career planning for digital acquisition."
Several agencies have followed a pattern of restructuring their IT shops, embracing artificial intelligence and automation, or developing programs with less siloes.
When fully implemented, the new risk management platform Argus will reduce the time spent manually monitoring HUD’s program grantees by over 75%.
Bill Rowan, the vice president for strategic alliances for government, education and healthcare at VMware and Keith Nakasone, a federal strategist at VMware discuss how agencies can benefit from a cloud management platform to manage workloads, data and security risks. Rowan said having such a tool means agencies can ensure consistency across their workloads without losing any of the speed, control and agility.
The electromagnetic spectrum that our phones, radios and TVs rely on is a scare commodity and figuring out how to allocate it in the most sensible way has been a challenge for the past century.
The new military branch has billed itself as a “start from scratch” enterprise, that won’t be held back by traditions of other military services.
U.S. Digital Corps will bring in two-year fellows to be assigned throughout the government.
Large agencies have a harder time moving ahead on that inventory, but smaller agencies like the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission are getting started by focusing on building out the data community, and making sure it has data stewards up maintain data quality.
The Defense Department releases a request for information to industry seeking feedback on how to create a tool that collects, shares and analyzes supply chain risk data.
Robert Metzger, head of the Washington office of Rogers Joseph O’Donnell PC., joined host Roger Waldron on this week's Off the Shelf for a wide ranging discussion of the cyber security and supply chain opportunities and challenges facing government and industry.