data protection

  • How can agencies ensure their data is protected when it’s not on their network?

    In today’s Federal Newscast, agencies receive new ways to protect their data on contractor or non-federal systems.

  • What you can do to protect your data

    Kelvin Coleman, executive director, National Cyber Security Alliance, discusses the steps individuals and businesses should take to protect their data.

  • Bureau of the Fiscal Service moving toward open ‘data lake’ powered by cloud

    Amid a push to make government data more accessible, the Treasury Department’s Bureau of the Fiscal Service is moving away from structured data silos in favor of an open “data lake” approach.

  • Efficiency, transparency, simplicity: The 3-legged stool of data protection

    Brad Montgomery, the director of presales engineering for Dell EMC, said hackers are attacking public and private sector organizations for their data more aggressively than ever.

  • Smart cities and cyber

    For cities to be deemed “smart,” the critical infrastructure sectors supporting these communities will leverage information and communication technology (ICT) to analyze real-time information.

  • We have control of our destiny; why not our data?

    FTC Commissioner Terell McSweeny joined Gigi Schumm on Women of Washington to discuss her passion of helping to protect consumer privacy in the digital era.

  • How FDIC rebounded from major cyber incidents

    Howard Whyte, the FDIC chief information officer, said a third-party assessment set the cyber roadmap for the future.

  • Data protection & cybersecurity

    Is your agency overwhelmed with data? Tune in to Federal Tech Talk this week, when Craig McCullough, area vice president of U.S. Federal Sales at Commvault, discusses how his company can help you protect your agency’s data. September 19, 2017

  • Joe Kirschbaum: GAO continuing effort to mitigate risk of insider threat

    From proving bomb parts can get through front-door screenings to examining the Fort Hood shootings, the Government Accountability Office has been following the federal insider threat situation for years. Its work covers both the physical world and cyberspace.Joseph Kirschbaum, GAO director of defense capabilities and management, joined Federal Drive with Tom Temin to discuss the range of work he’s overseen.