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11/03/2021
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Big Tech promotes multi-cloud model to democratize access to NAIRR

Google and IBM have rejected criticism that they might use the National Artificial Intelligence Research Resource to further their own commercial agenda. Dave Nyczepir has the story.


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NIST seeks public input on proposed consumer software labeling scheme

The National Institute of Standards and Technology is calling for feedback from experts and industry in response to proposals for a draft consumer software labeling framework. John Hewitt Jones has the details.


Lawmakers introduce bill to support adoption of secure cloud tech at federal agencies

A bipartisan group of lawmakers introduced a bill Tuesday that would codify the Federal Risk and Authorization Management Program to help agencies more quickly adopt cloud services. Dave Nyczepir has this also.


DISA looks to spur enterprise data access, sharing with new CDO office

The Department of Defense‘s IT support agency has established an Office of the Chief Data Officer to enhance the sharing and integration of data across the organization — and the wider DOD — to better put the information that warfighters need “at their fingertips.” Billy Mitchell has the story.


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The state of the threat intelligence landscape today

In an exclusive CyberScoop interview, Amy Hogan-Burney, general manager of Digital Crimes at Microsoft discusses findings from a recent cybercrimes trends report. She shares what the findings reveal about the trends in specific threats — like phishing and ransomware attacks — and particularly what security concerns government leaders should be more aware of in the coming year. Watch the full interview with Hogan-Burney.


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Federal and state leaders laud the benefits of a hybrid cloud approach

As government agencies accelerate their modernization efforts, the cost and complexity of moving that data is prompting leaders to explore hybrid cloud computing. One model that organizations are exploring is the ability to bring cloud capabilities on premises, where their primary enterprise data, applications and workloads reside, say public sector leaders in a recent video series. Hear more from the executives.


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