FILE - This Tuesday, Aug. 4, 2009, file photo shows the United States Chamber of Commerce building in Washington. Elite cyber spies have spent months secretly exploiting SolarWinds software to peer into computer networks, putting many of the company's highest-profile customers in national governments, including the U.S. Treasury and Commerce departments, and Fortune 500 companies on high alert. (AP Photo/Manuel Balce Ceneta, File)

After SolarWinds breach, where do we go from here?

The federal government has a big data loss problem and a reputational black eye from the recently-discovered Russian cybersecurity attack successes.

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Communication key in preparing for continuing resolution

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Keith Trippie: The good, bad and ugly of a continuing resolution

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Federal News Countdown: Cyber sprint, Ill-informed feds

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Keith Trippie, CEO, Trippie Group

Two new entries join this year’s High-Risk List from the Government Accountability Office. Nextgov reports the GAO includes IT acquisition and veterans…

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Keith Trippie, Chief Executive Officer, Trippie Group

The Department of Veterans Affairs investigated a security hole in a telehealth program. VA said personal information for more than 7,000 vets was been…

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Keith Trippie, CEO, Trippie Group

Christmas is almost exactly two months away. Wish lists for Santa Claus are already filling up across government. One of them is an acquisition wish list. It’s from Keith Trippie — he’s CEO of the Trippie Group — and former Executive Director of the Enterprise System Development Office in the Office of the Chief Information Officer at the Homeland Security Departement. On In Depth with Francis Rose, Keith explained why he’s writing his list to Santa in the first place.

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