• Modern mobile technology – June 29, 2019

    Hosted by Dr. Richard Shurtz and Jim Russ. Sponsored by Stratford University. Buying a wireless charger for your phone. And meet a computer scientist who was instrumental in creating the design for today’s mobile phone.

  • IRS looks to make mobile, cashless payments for overdue debts a reality

    The IRS is looking at ways to make paying back delinquent debts as easy as making a purchase through commonplace tools like Venmo, or Square’s credit-card readers that plug into smartphones.

  • Trump signs IDEA Act in bid to close ‘tech gap’ between government, private sector websites

    President Donald Trump on Thursday signed the 21st-Century Integrated Digital Experience Act (IDEA), which aims to make federal “.gov” websites more mobile-friendly and more secure. 

  • The integration of mobile devices, CDM to reduce cyber risks

    What will it take for agencies to implement these capabilities and how will the integration of CDM and mobile devices continue to improve their cybersecurity?

  • Executive Briefing Series: Mobile Cyber Security

    In this exclusive executive briefing, federal and industry experts will delve deeper into how agencies can securely move from legacy systems to modern mobile computing.

  • Mobile devices remain the ‘soft underbelly’ of federal cybersecurity

    Bob Stevens, the vice president of public sector for Lookout, said agencies need to understand the potential risks and threats against their mobile ecosystem.

  • Cellphones may have just gotten a little more mobile in the Pentagon

    A new policy allows mobile devices in some secure areas if it can be justified as needed for the mission.

  • Lawrence Reed: Time to get real about mobile devices

    Lawrence Reed, the assistant director for security operations at the Justice Department, says the government needs to up its game when it comes to endpoint security, especially mobile end point.

  • The Pathway to Digital Transformation in Government

    Digital transformation is happening across the government. Citizens are driving the rate of change through their expectations. What we’ve seen over the past few years with the growth and acceptance of the cloud, mobility, application programming interfaces (APIs) and the ability to understand user behavior like never before through data analytics, those agencies which are taking advantage of the evolutions of technology are doing a better job meeting their customers’ needs.

  • 10 bills you missed while you were focused on the budget

    While much of the recent attention has fallen on the president’s proposed budget, Congress has still been introducing and passing legislation. Here are a few bills worth knowing about that might have slipped through the cracks.