Cloud Smart is about enabling the simplest strategy to adopt cloud technology through three key pillars: security, procurement, and workforce.
Chris Gorman, COO at Monkton, discusses his company’s method of employing common security standards to allow government workers to work from more places and be more productive.
It’s not just during emergencies, as more and more agencies move to voice over IP (VOIP) and other technologies like instant messaging or texting that depend on the cloud and security making secure communications become even more important.
Grant Wernick, CEO of Insight Engines, says agencies should do a better job of integrating security on the front end of their cloud discussions.
Hosted by Dr. Richard Shurtz and Jim Russ. Sponsored by Stratford University. We look into the security of computers in hotel business centers. And we meet a man who contributed much to the modern practice of weather forecasting.
Douglas Britt, senior vice president of product at Patrocinium, discusses his company’s new personnel tracking system that helps first respondents know where employees and the public are in the event of an emergency situation, and how companies can sell products that consumers hope to never have to use.
Every federal agency has critical systems, and they should take to the time to investigate options for protecting agency assets from IoT threats.
A series of bombings of US embassies in the 1990s initially inspired the need for more secure facilities overseas.
In today’s Federal Newscast, James Wolfe, who was the head of the security for the Senate Intelligence Committee for almost 30 years, has plead guilty to making false statements to the FBI about his interactions with a news organization.
On this week’s episode of Women of Washington, Gigi Schumm welcomed Mischel Kwon of MKACyber, who created her company as a consulting firm to help “improve security operations for enterprises and U.S. federal government agencies.”