Quantum

  • Cybersecurity & the federal government

    What are the latest developments in cybersecurity and how will Quantum impact future cyber strategies? Find out when OODA co-founders Bob Gourley and Matt Devost join host John Gilroy on this week’s Federal Tech Talk.

  • Pentagon’s DIU picks new leader amid existential changes

    The Defense Innovation Unit picks someone with extensive Silicon Valley-experience as a new leader after almost seven months.

  • Wayne Arvidson: Data dilemma behind body-worn cameras

    Last December, the Obama administration requested a $75 million, three-year grant program to help local police departments buy body cameras for officers. In May, the Justice Department announced $20 million in grants for the program. However, several reports show most departments aren’t equipped to handle the data load created by continuous video monitoring in the field. Some are already switching off the cameras to save on storage costs and minimize the IT impact. Wayne Arvidson is the vice president of video surveillance solutions at Quantum. He joined Tom Temin on the Federal Drive with more on the demands of video monitoring, and how quickly the field is growing.

  • Claire Giordano, Senior Director, Quantum

    These days, it’s only a matter of time before the next data breach occurs. Just ask Home Depot, it could also be your agency. Hackers recently breached HealthCare.gov and installed malicious software. Although the attack took place in July, it took the Health and Human Services Department more than a month to detect it. Claire Giordano is a senior director at Quantum. She joined Tom Temin on the Federal Drive to explain how network forensics can play a critical role in protecting agencies’ data.