A bill in Congress would make sure federal employees who work in security, food service, and janitorial services, get reimbursed after the government shutdown ends.
Hosted by Dr. Richard Shurtz and Jim Russ. Sponsored by Stratford University. The science of champagne bubbles. And we meet the founder of China’s largest mobile transportation platform, which has overtaken Uber in that country.
The Paris Call for Trust and Security in Cyberspace has 51 nations’ signatures, but not that of the United States.
Rep. Barbara Comstock (R-Va.) has offered legislation to give federal employees up to 12 weeks of paid leave for the birth, adoption or foster placement of a child.
On this episode of CyberChat, host Sean Kelley, former EPA CISO, discusses the Chinese military’s for-profit ventures with Joshua Philipp, an investigative journalist at the Epoch Times, which covers national security and politics.
Parent awardee Iron Bow Technologies offered printers made by Lexmark, which is wholly owned by Chinese entities with close ties to that country’s government.
Govini’s CEO says countries, like China, are spending big on the race for artificial intelligence to improve their forward mission.
Christina Ho joins Gigi Schumm in the studio to remind women that you have to take the chance and follow your convictions, even if the path is unclear.
China and the United States have been in the race to develop the most capable supercomputer. China has announced that its exascale computer could be released sooner than originally planned. Steve Conway, VP for high performance computing at IDC, joins Federal Drive with Tom Temin for analysis.
With a month to go before the presidential transition, cybersecurity incidents rear up to show what a serious issue it still is.