Department of Justice (DOJ)
U.S. attorneys look to close Oracle’s case against JEDI
U.S. attorneys are once again looking to cut down the company's claims of prejudice by hammering home that it did not meet basic security requirements to qualify for the acquisition.
DOJ to focus on zero-trust, identity pilots in 2020
DOJ’s attack surface has “expanded dramatically” at the same time its security perimeter has disappeared, according to its CISO.
DOJ’s Joseph Klimavicz on the cost benefits of consolidating email on cloud
Joseph Klimavicz shares how the Department of Justice consolidated a number of email systems in order to streamline internal communications.
DOJ has closed 97 data centers and isn’t stopping there
DOJ currently operates about a dozen on-premise data centers that it wants to trim to "three core data centers."
Better data could help fight the opioid crisis, says DOJ IG
A lack of complete and timely data is making it difficult for the agency to track trends in opioid diversion.
Agency CDOs say building a data-savvy workforce is top of mind
Two federal CDOs said building a data-savvy workforce is very much front of mind at their agencies.