Part 1: OpenSSL’s Steve Marquess on lessons learned with Heartbleed

OpenSSL Foundation Co-Founder Steve Marquess speaks with host Kevin Greene about the status of OpenSSL after the catastrophic Heartbleed vulnerability in 2014.

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Security strategies that merge with modernization

by FedScoop Staff • 3 months ago

Two Cisco executives, Will Ash and Doug Cowan, talked with CyberScoop Managing Editor Greg Otto about the challenges that must be faced when dealing with cybersecurity inside the government, how the change doesn't happen overnight, and what new technologies provide in the way some relief.

Podcast: Balancing network and endpoint security to optimize user experience

by FedScoop Staff • 3 months ago

Innovations in virtualization reduce end-user friction while protecting data from the data center, to the network, to the endpoint.

How to lay the groundwork for IT modernization

by FedScoop Staff • 3 months ago

Two Cisco executives talk about the challenges that must be faced when moving away from legacy systems, and more.

Podcast: ‘Shut the front door’ with effective endpoint and data security technologies

by FedScoop Staff • 3 months ago

Brett Hansen, VP of data security at Dell, recommends new approaches to securing endpoints, data and users from ever-evolving cybersecurity threats.

Podcast: Derived credentials increase government mobile security while reducing cost and IT friction

by FedScoop Staff • 4 months ago

VMware’s Eugene Liderman explains how federal agencies can reduce IT friction, boost workforce productivity and save money by adopting derived credentials for mobile devices.

Podcast: Improving government productivity by reducing IT friction

by FedScoop Staff • 5 months ago

VMware's Robert Ruelas suggests a user-centric approach that reduces frustration, improves security and increases productivity.