In today's Federal Newscast, a Postal Service banking pilot isn’t drawing many customers.
A new national security memorandum sets deadlines for defense and intelligence agencies to implement things like multifactor authentication, encryption, cloud technologies and endpoint detection.
Maria Roat is leaving federal service after 41 years, including the last year-plus as the federal deputy CIO at the Office of Management and Budget.
The Department of Veterans Affairs is processing its backlog of disability claims faster than ever before, but is looking to accelerate this pace through an automation pilot it launched last month.
As ransomware attacks continue to plague IT teams across all sectors, the Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency is working to counter them through a variety of means. With Log4J giving the cyber and IT community a scare with how easy it was to exploit, it became clear that a paradigm shift was necessary.
The Marine Corps granted its first two religious exemptions to the military's vaccine mandate last week. But punitive actions have moved ahead for thousands of other service members who've refused shots.
Federal News Network asked former federal executives for their memories and thoughts about the impact of the BlackBerry device on the federal sector.
Kurt Greening, Leader Public Sector, Public Cloud, Palo Alto Networks, joined host John Gilroy on this week's Federal Tech Talk to discuss how his company's innovations are helping federal IT officials protect their data from cyber attacks.
Mark Borkowski, the assistant commissioner in the Office of Acquisition and the chief acquisition officer at CBP in the Homeland Security Department said he is developing a new policy to improve how the agency manages supply chain risks.
The covid pandemic has produced whole new data streams from infection reports, contact tracing and vaccine-related issues. Rich Bryant, the chief technical officer for healthcare at Veritas said the learnings from the pandemic will be pivotal, after it recedes, to improving the metrics associated with underserved populations and lowering healthcare costs.
Log4j, the most visible cybersecurity threat since Solar Winds, has organizations scrambling to find and fix instances of certain software.
In today's Federal Newscast, a Government Accountability Office report on the federal response to the SolarWinds and Microsoft Exchange exploits, shows agencies have a lot of work to do.
The agency will start accepting and processing 2021 tax returns on Jan. 24, more than two weeks earlier than when it started last year’s filing season.
Rep. John Katko (R-Ny.) wants to make CISA a $5 billion-a-year agency. He plans to spend the next year studying how to get it there.