Chris Gorman, COO at Monkton, discusses his company’s method of employing common security standards to allow government workers to work from more places and be more productive.
Bill Conner, CEO of SonicWall joins host John Gilroy on this week’s Federal Tech Talk to discuss enterprise cybersecurity and how his company can help federal agencies stop advanced malware attacks.
Bill Becker, vice president of product management for SafeNet Assured Technologies, explains the steps agencies can take protect their information.
Now that the storm of publicity over blockchain has passed, federal agencies are settling down to see how it can work in reality.
The National Institute of Standards and Technology has launched a program to come up with lightweight algorithms that could run on any device.
Federal law enforcement agencies collect troves of data, but in the digital age, they’re looking to make sense of more data in less time, in order to stay one step of their criminals they’re looking to catch.
The head of the intelligence community’s advanced research agency is looking at new encryption standards that can withstand future breakthroughs in quantum computing.
In today’s Federal Newscast, Democratic lawmakers are worried the President’s desired military parade would cost too much money.
Lloyd Mitchell, vice president of engineering for SafeNet Assured Technologies, argues that data encryption can help keep networks safe.
The Coast Guard might be housed in the Homeland Security Department, but operationally it similar to the armed services. It uses communication infrastructures provided by the Defense Department, notes Capt. Michael Dickey, the commanding officer of the Coast Guard Command, Control, Communications and IT service center.