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When health-care organizations face ransomware attacks, patients ultimately pay the price. Data-informed cyber defense strategies can help mitigate those risks.

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Coast Guard launches new cyber strategy

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The service's new cyber outlook updates its previous 2015 cybersecurity strategy.

FedRAMP just automated checking security authorization packages for completeness

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Cloud vendors should be able to get their hands on the XML-automated validations next week.

How automated analytics can improve digital services, security and workflows

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AI-enhanced operations platforms and automated orchestration tools are proving instrumental in improving government IT security and citizen services.

Accelerating forensics investigations by leveraging AWS GovCloud

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A former FBI investigator’s perspective on how AWS is helping federal agencies solve four chronic challenges in managing forensic evidence.

Top Navy officer says Project Overmatch work ‘headed in the right direction’

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Adm. Gilday says the service has a way to go before it rolls out the new technology strike group-wide in 2023.

Air Force testing microwave weapons to stop drones

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The directed energy program could give the military tools to disable incoming drones.

ABMS test events focus on applying tech to enterprise IT

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A recent test event gave the Air and Space Forces an opportunity to test ABMS tech and tools that could support enterprise IT.

GAO survey of federal managers suggests progress needed on evidence-based policymaking

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One-third of respondents reported using evidence to inform the public about a program’s performance.

Top space acquisition general Thompson retires

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Lt. Gen. John Thompson has stepped down after 36 years as an Air Force officer.

FITARA scores mostly stay firm, with TMF and cyber EO changes looming

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A total of 18 agencies maintained their grades, four improved them and two saw downgrades, but the next scorecard could get a facelift.

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