Senate bill wants agencies to bolster cybersecurity by sharing their talent
A new bill aims to ensure the competition for cyber talent doesn’t create have and have-not agencies open to cyberattacks.
Sen. Mike Enzi has some IT questions for the new head of Census
Enzi wants to know about the Bureau's back-up plans in case of a cyberattack, among other things.
Make the most of your cybersecurity capabilities before investing in more
Red Hat's Dave Egts explains how agencies can optimize their stack to make the most out of the technology they already have and strengthen their security posture.
These 3 high-profile DOD systems have persistent operational flaws, according to testing
The annual report from the Department of Defense's chief weapons and systems tester highlighted major flaws in three major systems.
Pentagon taking action to boost cybersecurity down the supply chain
The Pentagon is exploring new efforts to strengthen — and build confidence in — the cyberdefenses of subcontractors further down the supply chain.
Top Pentagon cyber leadership targets ‘outcomes, results’ in 2019
“You have a set of leaders who are very impatient, including myself, that are done admiring the problem and are moving into tasking," CIO Dana Deasy said.