How agencies are moving zero trust from aspiration to transformation


U.S. federal agency executives share their strategies for prioritizing steps to implement zero trust and establish comprehensive security protections.

GAO reports 12% drop in protests filed during 2022 fiscal year


The office received a total of 1,658 cases, down from 1,897 filed during the prior year.

Kelly Fletcher to join State Department as chief information officer

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She will take over from outgoing acting chief information officer Glenn Miller.

Navy CISO on the service’s integrated approach to zero trust


Tony Plater says cyber readiness coupled with a continued zero trust journey better protects data and information wherever it resides.

Biden taps Nickolas Guertin to be Navy’s acquisition chief


Guertin is currently the director of operational test and evaluation of U.S. military weapon systems in the Office of the Secretary of Defense.

Navy on track to deploy Project Overmatch capabilities with carrier strike group in early 2023


After about 18 months of work on Project Overmatch, the Navy is on track to deploy a more advanced networking capability with a carrier strike group early next year, according to the service’s top officer.