John DeSimone, the vice president for Cybersecurity and Special Missions at Raytheon, said agencies have to ask themselves, can their data—not just their systems—survive an attack?
Todd Probert, the vice president for command, control, space and intelligence with Raytheon’s Intelligence Information and Services organization, said as the world is becoming more interconnected and space is becoming more democratized across the globe, the threats are increasing.
The only way to address this ever-growing cyber worker skillset is to get the next generation of employees interested and excited about cybersecurity.
In today’s Federal Newscast, funding to support the Interior Department’s plans to reorganize its bureaus and management functions into 12 unified regions across the country is absent from the House 20-20 appropriations bill.
In this exclusive executive briefing, the following experts discuss practical cyber workforce strategies and ways government and industry can collaborate more effectively
Michael Daly, CTO for cybersecurity at Raytheon and Russ Schrader, executive director of the National Cyber Security Alliance, explains that developing comprehensive playbooks will help unify government and industry security decision-making.
The Defense Department is talking the talk, but there is no walk in the spending numbers.
David Wajsgras, president of Raytheon’s Intelligence, Information and Services business, said the acceptance of dev/ops is causing vendors to rethink how they meet agency demands.
Hats off to a nation that values inventors, values the idea of people benefitting from their own ideas.
Companies like Lockheed Martin might start losing out to nontraditional companies if they don’t change their ways, a new report suggests.