There are an increasing amount of hoops contractors working in cyber need to jump through to partner with the government, but Tony Hubbard, government cybersecurity lead at KPMG, says that is the reality of the world today.
Agencies are expecting to see improvements across the board when it comes to customer service over the next year. The reason for such optimism comes from a growing understanding of what it takes to provide exceptional customer service.
This program will provide a progress report on CDM in government.
In this interview with Federal News Network’s Tom Temin, KPMG’s Kirke Everson describes the three levels of RPA maturity and how to achieve them, and he describes use cases for RPA deployed internally and for public services. Hear more on Artificial Intelligence/Machine Learning Month.
This program will provide a progress report on machine learning and AI in government.
Participants in a recent Federal News Radio panel discussion explored how the threat environment is changing and how federal agencies are tying together data from what’s going on with strategies for stopping threats before they turn into damage or pilfered data.
In modernizing the IT systems that support these and a myriad of other processes, agencies are trying to introduce a new a new level of automation that incorporates data analysis, improved business processes, and greater cybersecurity and privacy controls.
Ever since Edward Snowden went against the National Security Agency, it seems like the federal government has been victim to a string of insider threats carried out. The latest being the young woman who sent NSA documents to a news site. David Buckley, managing director for federal risk consulting at KPMG, joined Federal Drive with Tom Temin to provide ideas for how agencies can mitigate the insider threat in the cyber age.
As the cybersecurity challenge has morphed into a multi-front battle – from the insider in the next cubicle to a distant but malevolent foreign power – chief information security officers, network operations and security operations center staffs have steadily acquired a variety of tools to counter the threats. Few federal agencies are operating with an abundance of resources, even for such a high priority activity as cybersecurity.
The Office of Personnel Management’s cybersecurity breach stands as a kind of watershed. But results from a survey by ISC(2) and KPMG show the lessons may not have penetrated the ranks of federal security chiefs. Dan Waddell, managing director for North America with ISC(2) and Tony Hubbard, a principal with KPMG, share more on Federal Drive with Tom Temin.